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The Lost Supper (Kobo eBook)

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  • For fans of Michael Pollan, Anthony Bourdain, Mark Bittman, and Bee Wilson

  • By an award-winning writer who has been widely acclaimed for his vivid writing on food and the environment including in The National Geographic

  • Captures a growing food movement and reaction to the standard American diet. The book profiles people who are responding to the concern over hormones and chemicals in foods by returning to the flavors that sustained humans for thousands of years. Chefs, food producers, and everyday people are creating diverse, sustainable ways of eating by looking to the past.

  • Access to ancient foods is an Indigenous right. The author profiles Indigenous groups who are reviving and reclaiming lost ingredients from their pre-colonization diets.

  • Culinary diversity. The lack of diversity on our plates is a growing concern for us and the planet. Reviving ancient foods is a key step towards diversifying our world.

  • Amazing, delicious, and rare food experiences: the author travels the world to taste Aztec caviar made from the eggs of a water-dwelling insect, ancient sourdough bread last baked by Egyptian pharaohs, and more tantalizing dishes.

  • Places visited in the book include: Turkey, Mexico, England, Georgia (US), Spain, Italy, Montreal (Canada), Vancouver Island (Canada)

Product Details
ISBN-13: 9781771647649
Publisher: Greystone Books
Publication Date: September 18th, 2023

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