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Enrique Gili

So Cal
As seen in:  Grist, Mother Nature Network
Covers:  Tech, Science, Sustainable Food, Nature
Doesn't Cover: Fashion, Luxury

Freelance journalist with an abiding interest in all things science, tech and nature.

Who's your favorite fictional journalist?

Clark Kent because these days you need to be Superman to remain relevant and active in the industry.

What does it mean to be a journalist?

Waking up in the morning with a head full of questions and the motivation to answer them daily.

What tools and software do you use to do your job?

Paper and pen, plus any additional gear that I can easily carry in a backpack without feeling distracted.

How to make kefir (and what it is, if you don't know)

mnn.com — From a few kefir grains in the bottom of a bowl to a delicious smoothie, here's what you need to join the growing kefir movement. (All photos: Enrique Gili) Along with a surge in the popularity of traditional homemade foods, enthusiasm for pickling, fermenting and canning is at an all-time high - all part of the movement sprouting across the country that embraces DIY vegetable gardens and support for organic practices in general.

Can healthy soil fix our planet?

mnn.com — When's the last time you read a good book about dirt? Not a gossipy tell-all, but a story about the world beneath our feet, where a single teaspoon packs enough species to fill several rain forests.

New book urges Americans to embrace local seafood

mnn.com — The United States likes to think of itself as the alpha and the omega of everything. In terms of seafood consumption, however, the U.S. woefully lags behind other seafaring nations like Japan and China. Consider this: The U.S. imports 91 percent of its seafood from abroad, but exports most of its catch to Asian markets.

Cycling across the country barefoot in search of a simpler life

mnn.com — If you think cycling across the United States is arduous, imagine pedaling barefoot in 100-degree plus heat, often shirtless. Few people can put the mettle to the pedal quite like activist Rob Greenfield. In 2013, he rode across America using as few resources as possible.

7 insights for a healthier planet through food

mnn.com — In mid-May, the Monterey Bay Aquarium hosts a three-day conference and food fest to discuss the state of the food system. Chefs, writers and newsmakers converge on the seaside town to attend Cooking for Solutions.


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