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Posted May 6, 2008
Another perspective on the subject so well explored by Michael Pollan's 'In Defense of Food.' Same ideas, such as: eat better quality food, probably paying more up front for it, as the benefits to yourself and the planet exceed the nominal cost. My criticism of the book is relatively minor--the authors are a bit disingenuous about their goal to convert people into vegetarians or vegans. Neither word shows up in the index and the subject is never overtly discussed. However, meat (even free-range, humanely raised meat) is only mentioned as a bad thing and there are no suggestions for how to use meat or dairy as a complement to a larger diet of grains, vegetables, and so on.
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Posted May 5, 2014
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