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READ & DOWNLOAD ☆ Bread Wine Chocolate ✓ [Reading] ➽ Bread Wine Chocolate By Simran Sethi – Dogsalonbristol.co.uk In the last century we have lived—and eaten—through the most dramatic shifts ever experienced in food and agriculture While much of this is invisible what we do know is that food is beginning to In the last ’t difficult they’re deliciousJoin award winning journalist Simran Sethi as she travels from wild coffee forests in Ethiopia to cocoa plantations of Ecuador from the brewery to the bakery and the temple to meet scientists farmers chefs wine makers beer brewers coffee roasters and chocolate connoisseurs to discuss the reasons for this loss and learn what it means to experience food in a whole new way tasting foods deeply through each one of our senses in order to savor and save the foods we love. I saw this book on my feed as a book recommendation post by a handle I follow on Instagrm I've been studying a lot about different foods its origin its influences its pairings customs and traditions revolving around food etc And this book fit perfectly well into my journey of discoveryIn the last century we have eaten through the most dramatic shifts ever experienced in food and agriculture While much of this is invisible but it is apparent now that food is beginning to look and taste the same irrespective of whether you are in a farmer's market in SFO at a potluck in Dubai or at a McDonald's in India Sadly the most delicious and diverse varieties of food are being lost slowly and irrevocablyThis book catalogs author Simran Sethi's travels from the forests of Ethiopia to cocoa plantations of Ecuador and vineries in the Napa and so much meeting scientists farmers chefs wine makers chocolate connoisseurs and many others to discuss the reasons for this loss of biodiversity and how it will impact us while also learning to experience food in a whole different way tasting them deeply using all of our senses and not just one or two to savor and above all save the foods we loveThe book is full of geeky bits of science and mind blowing insights about food And what i loved the most is the part detailing how memory and culture influences our perception of taste The books focuses on foods we know but then do we realy know itMost importantly the book draws focus on the threat to culinary diversity as a result of genentic erosion And culinary diversity along with cultural diversity is a very important component of agrobiodiversityThe book moves smoothly like dream and is making me uestion my choices and relationships with food while helping me build newer intimate ones based on the insights knowledge and instances I read aboutThis is one book that deserves a 55 that's how excellent it is One of the best books on food I have ever read Above all it is much needed in today's times#books #currentlyreading #bookstagram #food #foodblogger #foodgram #bread #wine

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In the last century we have lived and eaten through the most dramatic shifts ever experienced in food and agriculture While Bread Wine eBook #192 much of this is invisible what we do know is that food is beginning to look and taste the same whether you’re strolling through a San Francisco farmers market at a Midwestern potluck or a McDonald’s in India Ninety five percent of the world’s calories now come from only species and a closer look at America’s cornucopia of grocery store options r. There was actually a lot of interesting substantive information in this book which is focused on biodiversity and understanding the process by which some of our favorite foods are made wine chocolate beer and bread However the author was so unlikeable that I had to knock this a star To me she came across as self centered overly emotional and annoying and I have no idea why she inserted herself into what would have been an otherwise informative and interesting book Content wise I found the tasting guides at the end completely pointless and wished that the book actually proposed ways that consumers could better support biodiversity rather than just buy 15 chocolate from who knows where or drink the one type of obscure wine that she won't stop rambling about

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Bread Wine ChocolateEveals that our foods are primarily made up of corn wheat rice palm oil and soybeans The diversity of our food supply is dwindlingPart journey to six continents in pursuit of delicious and endangered tastes part investigation of the loss of biodiversity from soil to plate Bread Wine Chocolate tells the story of what we are losing how we are losing it and the inspiring people and places that are sustaining the foods we love celebrating the fact that the solutions to the loss of agrobiodiversity aren. I strongly recommend this book unless you are susceptible to the sin of envy That's what I felt as the author took me on a tour of the world to discuss her and my three favorite foodstuffs Sethi resigned from her tenured position at a midwestern university to undertake such a daring adventure which speaks loudly of her dedication to and passion for her subject And she doesn't disappoint giving a fascinating account of the economic environmental and social aspects of the production and preservation of this culinary trinity With her erudite but casual writing style I also felt I got to know the author better with each turn of the page She's the kind person you would like to have coffee or chocolate with or maybe break some breadPS This book also makes excellent gift I sent a copy to my daughter for Christmas