Jiro Dreams of Sushi
🍅99% ⌛1h 22m
Fan of Sushis?! Netflix has provided an entire documentary set for you then. Jiro Dreams of Sushi features revered sushi chef Jiro Ono and Masuhiro Yamamoto. Jiro Ono is known for his perfection in his work. However, his elder son struggles to keep up with his father’s legacy. This documentary and food movie has the highest Rotten Tomato ratings and one of the best from the genre.
Forks Over Knives
🍅59% ⌛1h 30m
Featuring Lee Fulkerson and Matthew Lederman, this Netflix movie takes us deep into the science of food consumption. There is a popular claim that the major reason for all our degenerative diseases is the inclusion of animal-based and processed foods. This profound claim is evaluated in this one and half-hour-long documentary.
The Magic Pill
🍅N/A ⌛1h 22m
There is a global combat against illness going on around the world. This never-ending battle is fought by the best doctors, scientists, and chefs. They believe that many diseases can be successfully controlled and even eradicated by making dietary changes. They believe that fat is the source of fuel and it should be embraced.
Theatre of Life
🍅100% ⌛1h 34m
Food is art. There is no doubt about that. Making it, serving it and eating it is a form of art. However, an exceptional soup kitchen in Milan, the Refettorio Ambrosiano, is raising the bars as chef Massimo Bottura and 40 of the world’s best chefs including Ferran Adria, Rene Redzepi, Alain Ducasse, Daniel Humm, and many others serves food for the refugees and homeless from the food wastes of Expo Milano 2015.
A Tale of Two Kitchens
This Netflix original documentary is about two restaurants from two countries that shared the same vision. Gabriela Cámara is an acclaimed Contramar in Mexico City. The employees working there are treated as family. While at Cala in San Francisco, the staffs hired are from different backgrounds and cultures. This includes ex-felons and ex-addicts also. Watch how these two kitchen help individuals grow.
Food on the Go
The diaspora of millions of Italian emigrants opened up a whole new world of flavors to the nations of the American Continent. Some got adapted while others remained true to its Italian roots. This documentary is about the many similarities and differences between such dishes. Food on the Go featuring Mercedes Cordova and is only availbe for streaming on Netflix.