We contend that familiarity, knowledge and interest with healthy food; is the largest barrier to nutritional healthy in the inner city of Winnipeg. We do recognize that the high prices of healthy food are an enormous barrier for many people. However, the breakdown of family traditions & recipes, and community supports that poverty and colonization have dealt to our communities have impacted the self-sufficiency and livelihood of families in ways that are hard to conceive. Eat Street’s approach to this issue is food education geared towards teenagers who are starting to think, feed and provide for themselves. The purpose of this zine is to provide education, information and resources around different topics related to food security. And of course to make this food education zine fun and interesting, we illustrate it with awesome pictures, comic and graphic novel formats, and interactive activities.