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One can imagine Julia Child wincing at the mere thought of American school lunches. Most of our own school day experiences would uphold such chagrin. In recent years, however, our memories of midday dried macaroni and cheese seem insignificant against reports of steep upsurges in childhood obesity, diabetes, and even heart problems. One anonymous teacher, the author of this book, decided to put her own nutrition on the line by exposing herself to school lunches every day for one full year. What she discovered will alarm you, but it will also enlighten you about what real people (and, yes, that includes non-teachers) can do to enhance the eating habits of wherever they might be.