The Real Food Revival: Aisle by Aisle, Morsel by Morsel

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Penguin, Jun 16, 2005 - Health & Fitness - 304 pages
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Say good-bye to flavorless tomatoes, mealy apples, and "mystery meats." Say hello to the way food used to taste-and still can.

The Real Food Revival is a book of celebration and indulgence, an ode to culinary delight, and an indispensable reference guide for food lovers everywhere. It takes you through the delicious process of filling your pantries (and tummies) with Real Food. Simply put, Real Food is: delicious, produced as locally as possible, sustainable, affordable, and accessible.

In The Real Food Revival, readers will learn how to find Real Food wherever they shop, and how to navigate the jargon-organic, eco-friendly, fresh, fresh-frozen, cage-free, GMO-free, fair-trade, grass-fed, grain-finished-in order to make meaningful choices. The book also informs readers about alternative Real Food sources such as CSAs (Community Supported Agriculture systems), direct-from-the-farm, and the Internet.

 

 

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Though billed as an "aisle-by-aisle guide to finding Real Food wherever you shop," this book can be boiled down to one sentence: buy local, organic, seasonally, and preferably not from a chain ... Read full review

Contents

What Is Real Food?
The Revival
How to Use This Book
INDUSTRIAL AGRICULTURE SNAPSHOT
REVIVING REAL FOOD
INDUSTRIAL AGRICULTURE SNAPSHOT
REVIVING REAL FOOD
INDUSTRIAL AGRICULTURE SNAPSHOT
INDUSTRIAL AGRICULTURE SNAPSHOT
REVIVING REAL FOOD
INDUSTRIAL AGRICULTURE SNAPSHOT
INDUSTRIAL AGRICULTURE SNAPSHOT
REVIVING REAL FOOD
Support Fair Trade
Buy Local Over Imported Whenever There Is a Choice
The Produce Bins

REVIVING REAL FOOD
INDUSTRIAL AGRICULTURE SNAPSHOT
REVIVING REAL FOOD
INDUSTRIAL AGRICULTURE SNAPSHOT
REVIVING REAL FOOD
INDUSTRIAL AGRICULTURE SNAPSHOT
REVIVING REAL FOOD
INDUSTRIAL AGRICULTURE SNAPSHOT
INDUSTRIAL AGRICULTURE SNAPSHOT
REVIVING REAL FOOD
The Meat Counter
The Fishmonger
Grains Oils and Sweeteners
Dairy
Beverages
Building a Better Grocery Store
Further Reading
Online Resources
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About the author (2005)

Sherri Brooks Vinton has devoted her career to promoting the rewards of eating sustainably raised food. She is a leader of the New York Convivium of Slow Food.

Ann Clark Espuelas, a writer and editor, has worked at the Village Voice and Harper's Bazaar.

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