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This book needed editing. It is mostly a mash up of factoids/quotes/uncritical reading of others works.
Three stars for some facts that seem to be authentic. Read more
First-Before you berate me for my negativity towards a book I didn’t need to read, note this: I read it under duress. It was this month’s pick for my book club. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Julee Rudolf
An interesting history and study on how salt has influenced mankind - preservation of foods, use as currency, cause of wars.Published 18 days ago by Candace Figg
Loved this book. Starting reading it as a aid to help me fall asleep then got really into it. Not dry at all but fascinating. Am looking at his other books nowPublished 21 days ago by ELIZABETH WALKER
The material is interesting, but the writer could have made it much more so and that fact doesn't help the reader spark my interest.Published 1 month ago by Richard Parker
Known him for eons, the best human translator of the stuff that makes life possible with a little help from my friends...Published 1 month ago by FRANCISCO A.
The first half was fascinating as well as entertaining. The second half jumped around among sketchy world history and incidental cooking menus, which was less interesting to me.Published 1 month ago by jc
I thought it was pretty interesting but so repetitive it became quite boring. Didn't finish the book. Read about half of it.Published 1 month ago by Marie M Motte