Historically, the land of Goshen was a flourishing place of peace and prosperity in Egypt, where people sought food and refuge during a devastating era of plagues, disease and famine. The film exemplifies how some rural community's living practices may provide insights into ways we may reduce famine and disease during modern times. Following several tribes to learn from their ancient practices of seed saving and storage, food pairing, preparing and partaking, Goshen reveals how to establish healthy, sustainable communities that can survive, even thrive, despite the global increases of disease and famine.
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