Summary Of What's For Dinner Michael Pollan

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In this non-fiction book by a journalism professor at UC Berkley, Michael Pollan asks the age old question…”What’s for dinner?” Michael Pollan believes that how we answer that question may well determine how we survive as a species. In his book he details how we as a country have been lead down the convenience path when choosing what we eat. Fast food chains and the American Supermarket have changed the way we eat as a nation and Michael Pollan is considered an expert in this subject. In this award winning book, he follows the four food chains: industrial food, organic or alternative food, and food we forage ourselves and the impact these sources are having on the health of our country. Michael Pollan’s book was named one of the ten best
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