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The Incredibly Deadly Viper
The Incredibly Deadly Viper rated it 8 years ago
This is one of the most important books I've ever read. If you are a human being who eats food, then you should read this. The only complaint I have is that he uses the word "boon" too much that it starts to get irritating.
demerson19 rated it 10 years ago
This highly regarded book deserves its reputation as Pollan traverses a range of food issues, culminating in a meal of items he has "harvested" and cooked himself. But the section detailing his time with farmer Joel Salatin steals the limelight. Salatin is down to earth, highly intelligent, and very...
Chris' Fish Place
Chris' Fish Place rated it 11 years ago
Twice a week, there is a farmer's market at my local park. It is half a block away from my house. For the last several years, I've brought food there. I can no longer eat, for instance, apples from the supermarket. They taste waxy. Considering how much I like my local farmer's market, it's surp...
The Drift Of Things
The Drift Of Things rated it 12 years ago
This guy deserves an extra star just for the sheer depth of his coverage! I don't necessarily agree with some of his conclusions, but I admire the way he went out there and immersed himself in the topics he was studying.Books like this always make me feel good about the changes I've made in my eati...
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