To the casual reader there would seem to be a bewildering array of writing and information on food related topics. Thought Food has tried to highlight a few of them. For an extremely readable and enlightening history food movement, we recommend Michael Pollan’s recent article in the New York Review of Books. It is actually a review of five books which are fascinating in their own right. Pollan incorporates his comments on the books into a review of the food movement itself, a sort of History of Food 101 for the rest of us. Enjoy!
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