Animal, Vegetable, Junk: A History of Food, from Sustainable to Suicidal
ISBN: 0358645522
EAN13: 9780358645528
Language: English
Release Date: Feb 1, 2022
Pages: 384
Weight: 1 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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   Yeesh
They are practical, easy and simple, so that I bought this book out of loyalty to him. I got caught up in Bittman's wonky-ish and not-all-original history of farming and put the book aside for a novel. I will eventually return to it, I promise, but I know that nothing but bad news awaits as the book progresses. I will stay with Bittman's reliable recipes for now.
 
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   Nothing new here.
This is not an important addition to a great theme.
 
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   Garbage
I thought I was buying a book about the history of food systems. Instead, I ended reading a treatise on the evils of white European males and America. Rife with distorted historical inaccuracies painted a simplified picture of an innocent, bucolic world that white males ruined with their behavior. All the while trying to pretend to be a book about food and agriculture. I regret '' this purchase.
 
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   Good
Undoubtedly a great book, although if you read about nutrition, food regulatory framework and food science, perhaps nothing will be new to you. Worth reading :
 
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   3 stars
Junk is about the history of food, eating and the food system. In it, the author gives myriad examples of how our food system came to be and where it needs to go next for sustainability and improved health. I recommend it for those who are interested in food history, the food system or looking for a personal change in diet.
 
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