When it comes to innovation, Music City is oozing with it. While helping the community, non-profit organization, Trap Garden educates children and adults on how important their eating habits are. Besides speaking it, Trap Garden collaborates with schools in Nashville to create community gardens and provides workshops on how to grow food. Started by Robert Horton, Trap Garden created a show entitled Frsh Bites.
The first few episode showed various artists and creators from Nashville, vegetarian options. Just recently, the show has evolved into a cooking show. Sponsored by Kroger, Frsh Bites follows restaurant owner, Kamal Koloko of Riddim N Spice, along with award winning DJ, DJ Crop Top Tot as they cook healthy meals for five under $25.
Check out episodes here.