The Food Traveler's Handbook

The Food Traveler's Handbook

by Jodi Ettenberg
     
 

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The Food Traveler’s Handbook provides a compelling argument for using food as a primary focus in discovering the world. Using this handbook as a guide, you will learn how to eat safely in developing countries, source cheap but delicious streetside meals and discover how to make food a tool for understanding a new place and connecting to its local

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The Food Traveler’s Handbook provides a compelling argument for using food as a primary focus in discovering the world. Using this handbook as a guide, you will learn how to eat safely in developing countries, source cheap but delicious streetside meals and discover how to make food a tool for understanding a new place and connecting to its local culture.
The Food Traveler’s Handbook is part of The Traveler's Handbook series and offers:
o How to discover the world through food.
o Delicious stories to learn from.
o How to use food-specific themes to plan long and short-term trips.
o Ways to source cheap, safe meals in developing countries.
o Tips and tricks from chefs, food writers and long-term travelers.
o Ethical considerations when eating in far-flung destinations.
o Guidelines tailored to travelers with special dietary needs such as food allergies (celiac disease, nut allergies, etc) or vegetarians.
o Packing, planning and learning resources for the food traveler.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780987706171
Publisher:
Full Flight Press
Publication date:
09/14/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
120
Sales rank:
918,086
File size:
11 MB
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