THE OMNIVORE'S DILEMMA: The Secrets Behind What You Eat

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Not every volume will change a reader's life, but this one just might. The dilemma is this: Human beings are omnivores; we can eat just about anything, but how do we know what's best to eat? Adopting the role of food detective, the author "peers behind the curtain" of the modern food industry and finds that the industrial approach to the food chain imperils our health and planet. The four sections ... Read full review

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No pun intended, but I need time to digest this book. Not time to digest what the author conveys, but what this means to me personally.
On another hand, yeah, I wanted in on that dinner the author prepares at the end of the book ...

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Simple, awesome
A great book that gives perspective to the food we eat. It is certainly not an easy thing to eat your regular "treat" food or cheap food after reading. I only recommend this book for
strong minded people. I love the unscientific nature of this book as well. The science of biology is way too young for us to trust in the same way we trust chemistry or physics. So what we have left is the tradition of eating simple food. 

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Everyone should read this book...
Excellent book on food, where it comes from and eating right.

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This was a great read! I was hooked as he elegantly walked me through the horrible and then amazing ways we can feed ourselves in such a diverse world.

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