Caro Reyes Reyes itibaren Izky, Zakarpats'ka oblast, Ukrayna
Bu kitabı ikinci kez çok sevdim çünkü tüm sembolizmi daha iyi anlayabiliyordum. Hikâyeye pek yetişmedim. Yine de daha çok ağladım, hikaye çok daha güçlüydü!
Oldukça ilginçti. Bazı yeni şeyler öğrendim. Bazen biraz kuru ama okuduğuma sevindim.
In this book, Michael Pollan traces the roots of four meals from four different food chains. The first is a fast food meal from the industrial food chain. The second and third meals are from the pastoral food chain (think: "organic") and illustrate the differences between goods from an industrial source ("supermarket pastoral") and that of a single farm. The last food chain is local, consisting of ingredients hunted, gathered or grown by the author in/around his home. To me, the book was an incredible accounting of where our food is coming from, how it is grown and at what cost - and I'm not talking dollars - and it highlighted how far, far removed most of us are from the real process of feeding ourselves. For me, Part Two comprises the most interesting and inspiring pages as they follow Pollan working at Polyface Farm near Swope, VA and his interviews with farmer Joel Salatin. I'll be reading it again. Soon.