This is really an amazing book. It's easy to read as each chapter looks at a specific time period and specific food, but cumulatively there is a lot of information to absorb. The Western world does not come out looking all that at good since, in their desire to benefit a few, they ran roughshod over the bodies of a lot of people all over the world. Not that the rest of the world have angelic histories, but because Western countries pride themselves on their culture and education and when looking at the details it doesn't look so swell. My local library had this available as a "Lucky Day" title, in demand books that they buy extra copies of and I'm very glad to have discovered it and picked it up.
Power of food
Posted by Liz C on June 11, 2018