Each episode highlights changemakers in Los Angeles who are tackling the food issues in their communities head-on."There is a network of people doing the beehive work," says Choi. One of the guests in the pilot, for example, is Father Greg Boyle, a local pastor and the founder of Homeboy Industries, a gang intervention organization that employs former gang members at its bakery or cafe and helps them make a successful transition to mainstream society. Started in 1988, the nonprofit has since become the largest gang rehabilitation and re-entry program in the world. "This is creating the world we ought to have, where enemies who used to shoot at each other make croissants back there [in the kitchen], side by side," says Boyle in the episode, aptly titled "Transformation."