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Clearly the predecessor to Michael Pollan's food expository books. If you like Pollan, you will enjoy this even more.Published 9 months ago by Patricia
I loved this. As a food historian I would recommend this book to all interested in food, especially bread, grains, and baking.Published 17 months ago by Dr. Sylvia Onusic, Nutrition Power
The book looks at human progress through the lens of mankind's essential element: bread. It's a different perspective and far more inclusive than exclusive. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Kathryn R
Great reading of a respected scholar.
Takes you back thousands of years in history of food and plant domestication. Read more
Great read if you are into baking bread and wondering how we came to be eating it all the time.Published 23 months ago by Uncle Bob
Everything you never thought you would want to know about bread.... This book was very slow, very boring. Started to want to get the cliff notes.Published on May 26, 2013 by KlutterReader