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In Defense of Food: An Eater’s Manifesto

…are a) unfamiliar, b) unpronounceable, c) more than five in number, or that include d) high-fructose corn syrup.” – Eat mostly plants. Think of meat as a side dish or…

Sustainable Eating & Nutrition

…transitioning to scratch-cooking with fresh ingredients, including USDA-compliant recipes Eat Well directory of sustainably-raised meat, poultry, dairy, and eggs. Eat Wild lists local suppliers for grass-fed meat and dairy products….

Why Bother?

…Shanghai or Chongqing who has just bought his first car (Chinese car ownership is where ours was back in 1918), is eager to swallow every bite of meat I forswear…

Big Food Strikes Back: Why did the Obamas fail to take on corporate agriculture?

…turn supplies the feed grain for Big Meat — all the animals funneled into the tiny number of companies that ultimately process most of the meat we eatand

Voting With Your Fork

…so well-fed and so unhealthy. This is unprecedented. For most of history, the “food problem” has been a problem of quantity. Our shocking rates of obesity, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, foodborne…

Farmer in Chief

…elegant solution — animals replenishing the fertility that crops deplete — and neatly divide it into two problems: a fertility problem on the farm and a pollution problem on the

Wendell Berry’s Wisdom

…1971, Lappé published Diet for a Small Planet, which linked modern meat production (and in particular the feeding of grain to cattle) to the problems of world hunger and the

Food for thought: What we eat can be not only nourishing, but edifying as well

…parts that blend in a satisfying, filling, nourishing and enjoyable whole. “The Omnivore’s Dilemma,” Pollan says, is the problem faced by any modern eater who contemplates the seemingly inexhaustible range…

Anatomy of a Meal

eatand, by extension, what we should eat. That last phrase risks making the book sound like a diet plan; but whereas the typical diet book begins with the

Lancaster Farming Speaks With Michael Pollan

…musing on milk labeling, farm preservation and eating according to what “great-grandmothers ate.” Dairy Issues LF: I thought you made a very compelling argument in your new book, In Defense…