Power Steer explores the economics and morality behind the meat packing industry within the United States. In this work, Michael Pollan explains the process a cow undergoes from birth to when it is slaughtered for its meat. 335 more words
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Well it’s been a grueller of a couple of weeks with a succession on blanks on the pike front. They say effort equals reward and if that was the case I should have a volley of big fish to my name, but that’s the mystery of fishing for you and if it was easy it definitely would not be fun. 1,411 more words
So I’ve been listening to the audio book Cooked by Michael Pollan and thinking, in light of the current war on gluten, ongoing war on sugar, and my wanting to be healthier in general, about my mother, and her cooking, life habits, etc. 570 more words
Organic food: it’s for everyone, not just yuppies!
Whereas the last Pollan book I read, The Ominvore’s Dilemma, raised awareness about where our food comes from, In Defense of Food, simply answers the query about what to eat. 4,352 more words