Food in America is cheap and abundant — and also often bland, devoid of nutritional value, and produced without regard for anything beyond the corporate profit margin. As consumers, we opt for convenience, but the tradeoff is that we know almost nothing about how our food is grown, where it comes from, or whether it’s good for us.
The Revolution Will Not Be Microwaved takes on Big Food by profiling grassroots activists who challenge the way we think about food. From community-supported local farmers to raw-milk producers forced to fly under the radar of Big Government, this book shows how ordinary people can find their way out of the corporate food maze and take direct responsibility for their own health and nutrition.
A father’s legacy
The vegetarian-cooking pioneer
Barbecue, tamales, cocktails, and more
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