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I now purchase most of our foods from local farmers markets and I am now considering learning how to preserve good food to get us through the winter.
This book opened my eyes -- I love great food and I want to be a good citizen, but I always thought "eating right" meant eating "wholesome" but tasteless food.
I thought I was a well informed consumer, but this book filled me with even more knowledge and understanding of all of the decieving food lingo out there.
I strongly recommend this book--it's advice is golden. Solid information about finding foodstuffs that are actually, you know...FOOD. The real stuff, not Frankenfoods. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Wrenel Grace
I wanted to know about real food that has not been adulterated with pestecides and hormones. I wanted to learn how to eat properly for me and my familet's health. Read morePublished on October 3, 2008 by Chuck Brooks
Are you sick of eating tasteless food that may contain genetically modified ingredients or harmful amounts of pesticides and herbicides? Read morePublished on March 8, 2006 by growerotl
This is a book that will definitely change the way you think about food and the food industry. Vinton and Clark-Espuelas have done an amazingly thorough job researching and... Read morePublished on July 13, 2005 by M. Jones