I read this book a few years ago (when it first came out). At the time I was impressed by it’s common sense and simplicity. Last week I was in a used bookstore and found a copy for a dollar. I brought it home and reread it. I was impressed all over again!
In Defense of Food is an engaging look at food and the food industry. Pollan writes well and had me captivated within minutes. For the record, I never intended to do anything more than skim, but I ended up engrossed and read every single word – again! It was a journey that alternatively amused and enraged me. (more…)
Posted in additive-free food, book review, kitchen basics, menu, Whole Food Plant-Based nutrition
Tagged food, food choices, Healthy diet, In Defense of Food, Michael Pollan, Nutrition, real food, The Omnivore's Dilemma
Over the weekend I watched last year’s festivals standout film – Planeat . Watched the streaming Video right to my iPad.; although you can buy a DVD or attend a screening in selected cities..
Posted in environment, global warming, plant based diet, vegan, vegetarian
Tagged Caldwell Esselstyn, chef, Environmental Issue, food, food choices, Gidon Eshel, plant based diet, streaming Video, T. Colin Campbell, The China Study