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dw news from building. you can find lots more on our website, d, w dot com. ah, ah, ah, if you thought that santa claus or good old saint nick were the only ones who deliver presents at christmas time, then you better think again. we'll find out whose job it is around europe in today's show. hello, and welcome to another edition of your own max with me, your host, megan lee, air the look at what else is coming up? how italian new became famous, all over the world. and a behind the scenes look at the production of champagne, the king of sparkling wine when i
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was a kid. this was the most exciting time of the year because i would wake up on christmas day and rush in to see what santa had brought for me. well, here in germany, there are different characters assigned to deliver presents to kids during the holidays. now it all depends on where you live, and as we're about to find out, it's not always santa and his team of helpers who bring in the gifts. oh, the joys of christmas time. euro max reporter, holly rollinson, is in the christmas spirit. she can't wait to get her presence. when i 1st moved from the united states to germany, i was surprised to hear that it's not just santa claus who brings the gifts at christmas. it's also something called the christian. and in the rest of europe, sometimes there's a witch, or trolls or other little creature got it. i bring the children christmas gift on
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the 24th of december of christmas eve. me to i put them under the christmas tree. so do i? well, it's a bit complicated in the north and east of germany. santa claus brings the presence in south and west germany. it's usually the krist kin they both bring present to the children on december 24th. and they both agree that the presence belong under the christmas tree. okay, so why are there 2 of you then? we need to go back to the birth of christ and the 3 wise men who started the whole business of gift giving. later it was saint nicholas who brought gifts on december 6th with his red cloak, the historical bishop saint nicholas is said to have inspired santa clauses, red outfit. but then came martin luther,
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who brought about the division of the church and to catholics and protestants. he also invented the christians, who then came on december 24th for protestants. saint, like nicholas were no longer in demand, but for catholics they were still important. but since saint nicholas was increasingly turning into a commercial santa claus and even non believers started believing in him, the catholics adopted the crist kent, which looks like an angel complete with wings and to top it off a halo. but now it was high time for the protestants to distance themselves from the catholics again. so they again believed in santa claus. got it. okay, so 1st they nicholas brought the gifts, but after the reformation, the protestants no longer wanted to be associated with the catholic st. but on the other hand, the catholics didn't like the santa class, was for everyone. and in the end decided to take the crist. kenwood was actually from the protestant originally. okay. got it. most families can settle on santa claus. but the tradition of celebrating christmas with your family only came about
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at the start of the 19th century. to day santa claus is known almost everywhere. he's called pear. noel in france. bobbo natalie in italy. papa noel in spain. santa claus in the netherlands and so on. in finland, he's known as your local key. rumor has it that santa lives here to visit him. you have to head for lap length and the arctic circle. oh, as you can see, i bring all the children in the world, christmas gift, except to have to be careful in italy because there's a wit aah! in italy, a which called the fauna is known to bring joy to children. because here it's the which that comes bearing gifts, but on january 6th, not on december 24th. according to the legend,
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the which the santa actually wanted to go with the 3 wise men to visit the baby jesus. but when he wasn't able to go it, she instead decided to bring all the little children gifts on january 6th in the spanish region of catalonia, a log called t. another brings the presence complete with a hat covered by a blanket to you. not all is bed by the families during the advent season. on christmas eve he is then beaten with a stick to release the presence. oh, other creatures roam europe's bar north. in iceland, 13 trains leave their home in the mountains to visit people. each of these so called you las vein us has a different character. every day, from december 12th onward, one of them joined the others until they are complete by christmas eve,
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when they bring presents one by one, they leave again until they have all returned to the mountains by january. ah, so as you can see, the gift giving situation. europe is complicated, but it's also really funny and interesting. but you know what as long as someone's bringing the gift. i'm happy so merry christmas and have a great holidays. ah ah. well the holidays are of course, a time for feasting, especially on suites and nuts and tasty way to combine the 2 is with no good, which varies from country to country. for example, in france, no bit is white and chewy, made with amens, but in italy newkirk consists of hazel nuts and cocoa beans, giving it a chocolate
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b texture. oh, we had now to the piedmont region. we're hazel nuts grow in abundance, and we find out how this delicious treat is best. enjoyed hazel nuts and cocoa beans combine. to make a succulent sweet and chewy confection. new get it's much sought after by people with a sweet tooth and not just in winter. ill go starkey new garret taste. good at breakfast, lattice bread on bread in the morning or when a half hour after lunch. and so a double gun air with dinner. alice and later in front of the tv or delivery. sorry, this culinary tweet is at home here in torrance, northwestern italy it offers a broader selection of the chocolate delight than anywhere else on earth. a master
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of the art of turin. newgate is confectioners, guido gabino. he has won prizes for the world's best prey, liens that not satellites. you've got to may. first and foremost, it's because of our local hazel nuts that we achieve. this very special taste that cannot be imitated anywhere else in the world. mando enemy, davida. but before the hazel months become the perfect new get, they 1st have to be roasted and ground to a fine nutty consistency. this is then mixed with roasted and finely ground cocoa beans. the mixture is easy to shape while it's still warm. we saw in miami, now this is the hardest and most critical mom animal thought a lot. the better we have to cool the chocolate down from a formula to about 26 degrees celsius. and you say, last appearance of a lead restaurant, you have to have a very fine touch larry guanasha lava and know exactly when the right moment has
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come. better to put this perfectly tempered paste into this machine which shapes the prey name. deborah, nor alice was your name for the more nuts it contains, the better the new get all the confection in torrent based their recipes on this principle. but necessity was the mother of invention of new get in the early 19th century, turned was already a centre of chocolate production. but high terrace, imposed under napoleon drove up the prices for cocoa beans and pushed one inventive confectionary to stretch his cocoa by mixing in local hazelnut. i may be as a director a, i assume that his wife had the idea and said busty try using not they still, my problem is that it's always the women get the cleverest idea. notice pulled up, you know, and you turned out a new taste was created even that was now known the world over houston as john do yeah. or go newton and mando. my ghost agenda we're new get can be found all over
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toryn at giordano. they still shaped the little chocolate john loyalty by hand. is that gothic bout about the m milano has been famed for its new interpretations for over 150 years. that gothic thought ino serves the new get moose new get ice cream is found in every variety on a stick at the pina in a cone or as ice cream confectionary at gabino at the gothic eugene french author, alexandra dumont, and italian author umberto eco enjoyed the famous beach in a hot chocolate coffee cream specialty. probably not. ready theory. koreans own traditionally. all the contract leonard. yeah. try to come up with their own new good credit. what came out as bon mot? it a famous new get spread,
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originated in italy's piedmont region. bloody finance at around a day like a the major difference between hotel i and the finest he knew that cram is in the recipe from out at the the high quality new get cram out a, including hours on the angle, contains 40 percent pay montez, a hazel, nuts, which is a line will it get? okay, waste of course that drives up the price. we got customers that act it equal to my daughter, dana thought we though go been us particular specialty is his own salts, new get and olive oil creation didn't, with the honest, got the same pitch a man. the idea was to combine 2 great italian staple ingredients, nuts and olive oil eva a, and in fact, they do go together very well. it didn't matter. the salt from the adrian cohen helps to moisten the mouthful. so you can say, bertha complex paladin labor's in the after taste or moto completion of the eye catching shiny gold packaging has a certain tradition and not only and go be nose manufactory. generally others that
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are pretty much young to our team. we're the world 1st chocolates that got their very own packaging company, mainly because it was found that with the high percentage of not oil and the pre liens tend to oxidize quickly, not to go lataya. and the packaging ensures that the g andreotti don't lose their flavor, video data, you saw it on to your gender. we edge on do your term nuggets. and john, do auto at o originated in turin, and spread around the world under the french confectioners, tried to imitate our new get laver doubting, but they simply can't make it as well as we do if i were of one of them and i knew get from to it in is a specialty that stands out from the rest and not just because of its elegant packaging. while another holiday treat enjoyed in large quantities, is of course, champagne. now, this sparkling wine is in
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a class of its own. and as you may or may not know, champagne can only be produced in a single region in france and under very specific conditions. while we visited the ploy, jack mar, vineyard to learn more about the process and some of the secrets behind a good champagne. hotel, making a great shanda haine takes passion, live. luke bottle carries a little piece of the winemaker, so get a shopper in the were well, locals are always extremely careful when opening a bottle of champagne. elsie dolls, they do it gently and why it li, to avoid losing a single drop is sure. nick, people don't go past the cork here any more. it's considered tasteless. i movie grew certain champions and grapes go well with certain dishes,
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sweet or savory. and it's wonderful to create a dish to let a particular champagne phobia. ah ah, just your when you saw that i came to the vineyard in 1988 to help my father. jack harper, you? thank me uh hold on. oh hello. hello. hi. hello. yes, i'm from the 3rd generation app lawyers, jak him out vineyard in loued, in the heart of montagnier doran's. i love opening an old bottle of champagne from my seller and sharing it with my family. the non law shuddering in and pin on when you are the 3 primary, great varieties grown in champagne. you for buying the ground is very important because the plant lives in a specific soil and it transports elements from the soil into the fruit, the grapes is it, but the climate also has
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a considerable impact. huh. you can tell how it varies from one vineyard to the next man, even within a village, but the click on this and that makes a big difference in tailored to mike on the film this repetitive line. patrick timothy is professor of merit of medieval history at the university of armstrong under the awful. i dealt with champagne in my research word, but even more so through my family, i mean, i'm from this region and had been interested in it since i was a child to reach louis georgia, the region of champ, anya was the 1st to obtain a controlled designation of origin certification in the 19th, thirty's, or tory. you can make sparkling wine from any variety but to be called champagne. it has to come from this soil and boast of the quality of our vines and grapes it i'd have on the when harvesting the grapes, we pick them by hand and bring them to the wine press la. that's where the
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champagne production process start. decide. we guess we'll de, shall buy the stuff that we're standing at a wine price my father had built in 1967. it's a traditional line press. the one challenging thing is that you need to have strong men to fill it. we have 4000 kilograms of grapes in it at the moment. right, the great then love a jew said to the, then we add some yeast and sugar. then we let the wine rest for 2 to 3 months of that gives us a base wine like this. one of them must come to see if you see the d, it's hard to pinpoint a single inventor of champagne dope it in your power, yours and wasn't in ologist who was extremely good at working with while i get it. and he perfected the art of awesome blash sold, that refers to the blending of bass winds from different vineyards and grapes in order to create a cafe with a balanced taste. it only can let me go and we'll kill the bottles to create the
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foam. for this purpose, we take a bit of yeast and t raj. the cour t hodge. decor is just a base wine into which we've dissolved beach sugar. i'll get on the face a full, the mixture is it's yield in the bottle and we'll take it down to the seller and lay it on board. they all gather. they wanted to let a tour in the easy bacteria, then eat the sugar we've added to the t harshly cor, creating carbon dioxide and alcohol. again, on good news there about 25 meters below ground. we're standing by walls of solid limestone. that's a yeast the 8th to sugar producing carbon dioxide. we store the bottles for 2 to 3 years. the seat on, on to at was on you once the bottles had aged enough, we put them on these racks and turn them one by one. let me let the day so, so it takes about 6 weeks, you keep turning the bottles until they reach the final position. you see here your reactor most on. okay, so he knows what
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a pressed. they're almost vertical. i don't after the turning process, we stand the bottles upright like here this way, the yeast in the bottles, neck barely comes into contact with the wine cuz it doesn't impact the aging process. sort of east, it's the traditional method, but it's hardly ever used anymore. you can store the bottles for 1015 or 20 years if you want gas. it's no problem. and what you open a bottle, you'll never be disappointed. he on the semi dish won't rule the lowest if a my name's stefan rossi long. no, i've been working at les avi say hotel restaurants and champ anya, in the heart of the coach, oblong for 10 years now could be wrong. i cook using champagne and i'm a great connoisseur of the bubbling for the booth. only when we did the sheila opened a bottle of champagne very cautiously and we remove the music lay po. then we grasped the cork with one hand and turn it on carefully without making an explosion. hor allowed bang it should only fizzle full. we cautiously let out the biz,
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anne voliswan lawyers did each month. however, not the most important of all. is that whatever you drink makes you happy. don't listen if a neighbor or a somalia starts telling you all about a fantastic wine or a roma. this is about what you enjoy your personal taste and that every person responds differently. and that's very important. ah, this past year saw a number of new cultural institutions sprouting up all over europe, even if many of them were still facing restrictions because of their corona virus pandemic. from france to the netherlands to norway we take a look now at some of the most impressive architectural masterpieces in the name of art. this 56 meter tall tower in the french city of arl is the work of canadian american architect, frank gehry, and part of the new luma are cultural complex initiated by swiss billionaire and
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art collector. maya hoffman de plus candace higher surpasses. my expectations me. i think it harmonizes well with the surroundings as you bus can years and i, mom, genesee's, and frank. lori is perfect for this project, because he has the soil and creativity of an artist that is 8 our senior political fe, crapped out enough to use. the tower combines architectural brilliance with artistic berm. the entrance hall, for instance, contains a spiraling 32 meter long metal slide. contemporary artworks are on display in the exhibition rooms, some from maya hoffman's private collection luma. arl is one of europe's largest private art projects. with this unique project, hoffman wants to break new ground and create a very special place for visitors, artists, and scientists who can work together creatively. another shining new
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work towers, some 40 meters above the dutch city of rotterdam. the new art storage facility at the boy. mm. and spawn born again, museum is the 1st in the world opened to the public and displays the museums entire collection. one challenge was to design a building where no one would get lost in the sheer quantity of art. the building is very simple to start with and behave so almost like a, like a, like a prison, a place where you can overview everything. and the that helps to where to find your way through. this space contains 151000 pieces from 7 centuries and rooms with 5 different climate zones. the entire collection has come together over 170 years to see how the ard works are sleeping in a way. am i here between o m. o pieces of art is equal because we treat, for example, art or tower of babel from but i whole we treated exactly the same as a small glass face visitors to the storage facility are free to explore the
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sprawling collection. but they also get an up close look at the work going on behind the scenes. for instance, restoration work. how visitors, bureau, the collection is up to them. without duration, there are no set themes or juxtapositions. a matisse can be found next to upcoming budding artists. it's a unique space that literally reflects its home in rotterdam over to norway now where aust, lowe's new monk museum is the world's largest devoted to one single artist. it houses some 27000 objects that edward monk left to the city after his death in 1944. these include paintings, sculptures, drawings and sketches. an entire monk cosmos can be experienced on 7
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of the 13th floors of this vertical museum. because that the column a zeal, it's lsi mill, the vertical museum gives us the opportunity to connect edward monk's art to the city as presumably thou, so visitors heading up here in the building to view the collection always remain in touch with the outside world levied than had been switched from also on the artworks are displayed in windowless rooms to protect them from the sunlight. among them is a version of edward monk's most famous work the screen. the new museum was built as part of osler's, new fjords, city water, front urban renewal project, a hot spot for art and culture, some 78 years after his death monks best collection has finally found a permanent home under one giant roof. and the danish city of on se, is also honoring it's most famous son, hans christian andersen with a new museum,
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both above and below ground. hans christian anderson's berry tales, themes and characters such as the nightingale, the princess and the p. and the little match girl are still popular with readers, young and old. all over the world. the new museum designed by japanese architects, kanga coma and associates, is located an unsafe historical old town near this yellow corner house, where hans christian andersen was born in 18 o 5. the main idea is that we wanted to create a museum that, that was more in tune with the way anderson told her stores so, so we work from what is the values in his universe? what is his literary strategies? how does he actually tell the stars and how can we transform that from being literature and so being, being a spatial experience. the result is a new complex covering an area of 5600 square meters dedicated to the world of hans
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christian anderson's imagination. and we're that we wrap up the shall and because a lot of us will be celebrating christmas. all right, now we have some presents for you to find out how to receive them by going to our website for this week's viewers draw. and as always, don't forget, follow us on social media now for me and the entire crew here at your o mags. as always, thanks for watching and to whom ever is celebrating happy holidays stay safe and we'll see you again with
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awe. with how to eat without feeling guilty about the impact on the planet or according to german food, pioneers is possible. they are creating environmentally friendly alternatives. for
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meat free sausages is the food of the future. and we find out why chinese parents are hesitant to have a 2nd child despite the government lifting it's one child rule every 2nd to people on our planet. $1060.00, that's $80000000.00 people per year. according to the u. n. one in 9 of us is over 60 years old by 2050. that will be one m 5. with life expectancy rising and our planet's population booming, the global population pyramid is whitening and becoming flatter. life expectancy is improving thanks to progress and developments in medicine. better health care provision and a greater awareness when it comes to health. age distribution
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varies greatly from country to country. nija has the lowest median age world wide just 15.2 years. japan, meanwhile, has the highest 48.4. germany's median age is 45.7. china's population to is aging rapidly. the result of decades of government imposed to family planning policies. although beijing is trying to turn this around as yet, there's no baby boom insights. as old as a chinese parents want their children to get the perfect start in life. all dingey being offered new mothers, a full package of services for their new boys are, which will harlan, you appear to work i. this is a talking diaper. it tells the mom if the baby paid all the babies, temperature is higher than $37.00 degrees. so it says momma, i have a fever before mom hour. how shall i shall official accomplish it?
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each diaper costs $0.40. the sensor alerts the mother smartphone, the our product from the baby industry. she insists on demonstrating how it works. as well as selling baby products. dingey being also runs a real estate empire. she owns more than $460.00 luxury hotels for new parents, where mothers can go to be pampered, right after the child is born. is how at holly is the luxury suite costs around $13000.00 euros a month. that room is over a 100 me to square big had a normal room cost between $57800.00 euros customers with a middle or high income can afford that. don't call rang watching the light especially in the wealthy cities. the lobby of this baby hotel in beijing looks like any other luxury hotel with a welcoming committee for every guest than you and her family have
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enough money. they are renting a room for one month. she belongs to the well educated, a lease with a college degree and a good job in the internet sector glass. but even she can only afford to have one child right now. you got me and they will know soon. this is, will i? if we manage to earn a lot of money quickly, then i'll consider having a 2nd child for we want to make sure our child grows up in prosperity to how that into line. ha ha. the midwife sleeps next to the new mother so that she can take care of the baby at all times. slang, you still seem to lack confidence and is anxious about doing the wrong thing. getting ahead in chinese society is a challenge that starts at birth. in 18 years he's expected to go to university. only a very few make it that far. oh, so we hope that our child, you'll be able to start learning math physics in english soon. i don't want my
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child to fall behind the others. chinese parents have such high expectations to has about celia gall this generation is growing up with wellness programs like china having a child cough an average of 805000 euros. but the time they reach 20 to the midwives come from a lower economic class and could never afford hotels or outlays like those the communist parties desire for more babies can't be fulfilled. i may be families in the city have the financial means to have more children. but for country people like me, it's difficult if you're either, if only one parent works in the family can survive till 900. for decades, the chinese government only allowed families to have one child in an attempt to reduce china's population. women who got pregnant a 2nd time have to report a baby or pay a fine. now,
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chinese population is getting increasingly older and there's a risk that by 2050, it's population will shrink by 28000000 president. she jumping needs more babies to realize his dream of china's greatness or the a show ball pension and health sectors are coming under increasing pressure. yeah, i mean the economy will shrink and expenses the social programs will rise with local administrations. will have to go into debt yet. they will we g, in hey long john, province. the consequences are tangible. this area and china is aging, the fastest life is hard. most people here are farmers. the cultivation of corn brings a meager income. this year, floods destroyed large parts of the harvest. there are fewer and fewer children here. and parents here have to make a hard decision. was everyone wants to earn the money, but you want to be with your child to. you have to decide either raise your
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children or make money. the city of no her, the elderly keeps of themselves. street life here is changing. in front of the houses. tenants are thought for vacant apartments. one jeff who lives in one of these houses, the 50 year old butcher and his wife are raising their grandchild chung. the parents live in shanghai because the pay is better there. every month they send home money. several generations are paying for shags upbringing. ah yes oh yeah, i think no one in the country can afford a 3rd child lessons and no one can even afford a 2nd child. that's why they don't want one long. jeff, who has ambitious plans for his only grand daughter. he helps her with her homework, but that's still not enough. in a few months time she be taking private english lessons. the child's life motto is
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hanging on the wall. oh, when you are confused, you have to read on hulu. when you're a line, you can thing or when you get mad, just do your math. i mark your hall social here. were she was, i hope she will one day be rich and have a happy life. and when she grows up, i hope she can go to a good university and find a good job. in the last 10 years, the population of now her has shrunk by 30 percent. the city already has a ghostly quality. china's leaders are afraid of a childless future in their her that fear may be slowly becoming a reality. coming late in the countryside, you see houses, but no people were the last generation here we hired while the last generation fears an aging country, many in china fear an aging population. the adults at this baby hotel will continue
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pampering. the precious newborns are no other types of food require as much land to produce as meat and dairy. according to the un livestock farming accounts for 78 percent of agricultural land use and no matter whether it's organic or conventional livestock, farming has some seriously negative consequences. for our planet today though, there's a huge range of environmentally friendly alternatives. oh, what distinguishes these cheeses from these ones. this is the difference. so, mess dary production is exceeding its logical limits. industrial farms are exploiting animals and require postulates water and energy. globally, milk production alone accounts for almost a quarter of all greenhouse gas emissions in the livestock sector. rafael vulgar
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and singer as a cheese afficionado from a swiss presented family with a long standing love of dairy products for him saying no traditional ratcliffe and fun dues doesn't come easy. he want to find cheeses that replicate the taste, experience, and texture of cow milk based ones. but with no animals involved. 2 and a half years ago, he founded former a food biotech company based in berlin. he wants a cheese that can be eaten with a good conscience, thanks to precision fermentation. we instruct micro organisms to convert the nutrients sugars and nitrogen that we feed it to convert that into milk proteins and make proteins already the, the basic building blocks of all the products that we love. when it comes to dairy, they're responsible for the functionality of the products, and we are producing them bio identical the same way you would find them in milk, but without the cows. and if you get rid of the cows in this whole value chain than
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you also able to get rid of, most of the, of the downsides. really, whether that's sustainability, ethical, or, or, or health related. unlike house microorganisms aren't picky about their food. informers, lavin bon funky east, and bacteria fed into fermenters with by products from the regions via and potato industries. then they program to produce organic molecules. these micro organisms a 10 times more efficient than cows in convert and feed to proteins. plus, they'll a pretty much anything organic. this technology can adapt to what's available locally all over the world, such as cocoa or comb plantations. currently, former is making cheese products with a short maturing process. recada and mozzarella. in this food lab at the taking university of berlin, logan singer and his colleagues are experimenting with various flavors and textures . they aim to serve not only weakens but true cheese lovers to i to
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pronounce creaminess. this is a bit more crumbly. no. you can already. yeah. you can tell what like how it's nice and cool health sounds cool. foremost, cheeses aren't available in shops yet. the company is in the pilot production phase, and the technology is being validated. on a small scale, vol been 0, once for mo, to become a leader, implementation based daily in europe by 2030. with the world's growing population, conventional food production can't satisfy demand. bought new technologies and diverse ingredients could help increase sustainability. taked algae commonly found in asian cuisine, but largely overlooked elsewhere. hamburg based viva. mars is bringing alvy to german dinner tables in the form of the beloved breakfast sausage. but these are vague and an nutritious thanks to the moraine component, mixed with spices,
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potatoes and onions. i ran in actuality will increasingly important in the future to feed the growing population and they give us so many minerals and vitamins that are important for the body. you know, i will be term, you know, that's how we came up with the idea of making products where we incorporate. i'll keep it all to come around. my home really, for doctor will design into korean to give the body all these minerals vitamins and all the essential nutrients in corporate social field. the algae come from an aqua farm of the norwegian, north sea coast, where viva. maurice works with local fishermen. they know the sea, like no one else, and a perfectly equipped to harvest the auggie. the company uses 2 types of micro algae, red and brown, and one type of nico althea. there are unassuming organisms. all they need is a clean oxygen rich see to flourish up to 2 meters and 4 to 5 months. the harvesters must be careful not to damage the roots than the algae rapidly grow back
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again. one harvest usually yields around $5000.00 kilos. leave him iris produces sausages at this factory once a week to keep it vague and production starts at 6 am before any animal mate has touched the machines. the founder believes that the new alternatives for sausages and other foods we love could help reduce over consumption of meat and fish. al gay is the perfect ingredient, and not only for sausages, riley bure shops, m, b, them probably don't have bio shots on. also give the body a lot of vitamin, also have our mature alvy do like the red dulls algae. it can be eaten straight as a salt substitute at sites or it can be deep fried and then it takes like bacon. yeah. bacon substitute for ligans. i'm not sure was unchecked as absolutely gonna i'll be sausages are more expensive than the meat variety. but these don't have
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flavor enhances or food coloring. and they're reagan, ultimately, it's up to the consumer cameron's ebay forest is one of the world's largest rain forests, and almost unbeatable when it comes to its variety of animal and plant species. but deforestation and poaching pose a threat to this unique environment. there's hope though, members of the gorilla guardian club of fighting back this rain forest can only be reached on foot. zante tear and the able forest research project team are on the lookout for rare primates. oh oh, that's a gorillas nest. waivers on tomorrow, usually build them on the ground. glory after their evening meal. they make themselves a place to sleep. long as a cushion. more offered to is he on board?
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we haven't levin primate species here that including guerrillas on chimpanzees drills and prices. red calibus monkeys. nicole obeyed to press. the primates are in high demand with poachers who can sell them as bush meat. jaunty tear also used to make his living that way. but for most of the last 10 years, he's any study their tracks to find out which animals are traveling way in the forest. he lives in liberty on the edge of able forest. one of the 3 villages that are taking part in the project. they do when i have grasped what impact voting has and anyway, like, it's not really a profitable business park actually. okay, yes, you can earn a bit of, but the income is very irregular. that's why i decided to stop hunting is hungry. i live in an empty shahid. usually now he only gets to see the animals in video footage. the reset is have set up 17 trial cameras in the part of the forest re
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gorillas live. besides chimpanzees and guerrillas, these forest elephants are also threatened with extinction. and the extremely shy drills are particularly at risk the ebel forest research project was set up by the san diego z wildlife alliance which supports primary conservation. it's been collaborating with the villages for more than 10 years. many of them used to be poachers. now they've learned to collect data on the animals or set up camera traffic. and anyone who wants to take part must join a guerrilla guardian club. then they get paid for their work. for gandhi drank an on going have to thin out the clearing a bit. so the camera isn't obstructed, cassandra, i hipaa laconia. once a month the team spent
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a few days venturing deep into the rain forest. they used campuses and t p. s to find their way. marcell kitchen has been part of the team for 9 years. the environmental scientist recalls precisely where each animal trail is found. what's particularly interesting are the movements of the around 25 gorillas that were discovered here in 2002. after then, there were only 2 known gorilla set species in cameroon. one group living south of the sonata river and another hundreds of kilometers away to the north. for the reason why we call we are collecting the sample is to do some genetic analyses to find out, well, how related the glass of able to doors, fans hard of the cassandra, the crockery where glass is very significant. and it is even these analyses are finally, you know, finally come to a conclusion. we might realize that income erroneous little having tools hops,
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dishes of glory love we might be having a 3rd. one able forest in southwest in cameron covers an area of almost 1500 square kilometers and borders are nigeria. it is part of a lot, sorry, sweet and the 2nd largest world wide after the amazon in brazil to protect the rain forest in the future. the project aims to include the residence of the more than 40 villages surrounding the forest. the 3 villages taking part in the project so far all have a good will or guardians class to enable the residents to feed their families without having to resort to poaching. they can join the local club here they get help to buy life stock or plant vegetables or cocoa. joseph buckley, another former poacher became a farmer almost a decade ago. he farms vegetables but focuses mainly on cocoa beans cultivation. if he ever has problems, he can get support from the gorilla guardian club. like all the other members i've
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done before. the coal i, the coco plantation has changed my life full. i shock hunting is very tiring and you get a little money in the end or i'll atlanta as your dealer with the coca plantation. i just have to get back and go to work and then harvest as much as possible. could you pull an awhile? oh, like here in mit, there is a small school in the other 2 than it is on the edge of the forest. the teachers receive training from the scientists and protecting the forest and its animals has become a fixture of the curriculum. even let her know what kind of animal is that 11, a gorilla man. he the idea is to raise awareness about the topic among the youngest villages. so can move lead aloe, but i like about the course. it is the guerrillas comm,
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lazier like people elderly. and what i learned is that hunting isn't good because animals are like people are gone. the project has made many of the vin. it is, see the forest with different eyes, like $72.00, some 90 percent of the one time coaches have become farmers. and that's what the children see while they grow up. but the guerrilla guardians, club stones, one things to stop there, won't go, i'm fed, do we want to know those zone to be created in which the measures to guarantee the survival of the guerrillas are respected because the species is in danger of extinction? finished by this young alma that's why he only takes his children to the edge of the forest. little look here, this trail. what animal left, that trail, that he saw a porcupine. he wants his children to know about animals, but he also wants them to know when to leave the forest to its inhabitants.
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in today's global living rooms, we go to mexico. ah, with allow allow in a service. hi there. i'm pedro calderon and welcome to the rancho as low house in chihuahua and come in. well, i went up to the menu for killing through la garza l rental luma. the match is owned by the mexican fund from nature conservation. he yo yo ma nichol. i manage a deal,
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and this is where i live. i read an effect, and if the casa, i am really fortunate to leave a and the ranch house, gentleman was like, i must have been best. he was built in the 1970s by the original ranch owner. he lived here for 40 years and be the occupant and much of what is still here was his for them of it by year the like ethan from ben rancho. oh, did he not? oh, it's almost like wasena. okay, this is the kitchen without. here is my computer, my coffee. it's very cold here in the winter law and that's why we don't work in the office. but in the kitchen where everything is close by. and well, i really like my coffee, so i'm always drinking fame. we got battle though, the thing when we got it though, the important ranch own in this used to be a busy candle rash. from there, there was between 1003000 head of cattle here, denila. now the ranch is used for animals species conservation because we have
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a heard of mexican bison here and a few cows. me not, but that them all gone now, but there used to be meals for the ranch, hands here in the house. and again, going back then they had these large tables where the food was served m as as grand as on may. but today we lose them for workshops, or when people come to help us work with the bison, your knee, you condo in, in, and that you and was like, i'm a 100, he's on, ah, let's, we'll put up bucking me for this is a jar made by the pucky maid, which are one of the 1st cultures among the original inhabitants of northern mexico, ac i, as in law sally, this is the living room. i mean, there's also some of the original furniture, my seat that that's a game table made out of barrels, a chuckle. there's also a pool table and on my side, but it is more of a work and storage table. they had a quiet place to put things for a day, but i'll be out of the island and took it away. well, we always try to keep the ranch, feel it, them with a month and everything. but in
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a lament that a bill rancho here are some of the saddles and put us in rancho. yep. and this is mike. here horses are my passion. but when you get on path young to look goliath ah, this is the ranches official office because it's so cold here in winter. we hardly use it and i work next door in the kitchen from arkansas, whatever. but i collect data here, information about the wells, the map of the ranch, or records of where animals have been spotted awe . thanks a lot for visitor. and thank you for allowing us to share a bit of our life here and give you a few impressions of what its like on the ranch. bye for now. oh no. ah, ah, 2 children to countenance one giant problem.
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