The four episodes were very thematic, based on the natural elements of Fire, Water, Air, and Earth. And among other meaningful tidbits discussed, I was especially drawn to those about the consequences of eating highly processed food, and also about the demise of home cooking. Food for thought - no pun intended.
Anyway, the series is beautifully recorded and the host, a gifted narrator. I didn't realize until I was writing this post that the series was based on a book by Michael Pollan - Cooked: A Natural History of Transformation. Anyway, if you're interested in "ingredients and cooking techniques that we use to nourish ourselves," I think you'll enjoy.