Home Feed
Home
Search
Search
Add Review, Blurb, Quote
Add
Activity
Activity
Profile
Profile
The Way We Eat Now
The Way We Eat Now | BEE. WILSON
Amazon Indiebound Barnes and Noble WorldCat Goodreads LibraryThing
Pick icon
100%
review
Emilymdxn
The Way We Eat Now | BEE. WILSON
post image
Pickpick

Really fascinating, sensitive, well written bit of food journalism about how lots of different bits of modern western globalised food culture contribute to people not knowing how to interact with food. I‘ve always had an odd relationship with food and I found it so helpful listening to this and knowing it‘s not just me being confused for no reason. If you struggle to navigate between ‘clean eating‘ and ‘junk‘ this might help

Lindy I enjoyed this too. There‘s a bit of overlap in the book I‘ve just finished: 2mo
Emilymdxn @lindy fantastic! I love food writing like this, I‘ve stacked that and loved your posts about it 2mo
Lindy @Emilymdxn 😇 2mo
62 likes4 stack adds3 comments
blurb
Emilymdxn
The Way We Eat Now | BEE. WILSON
post image

#weekendreads @rachelsbrittain

1. Tagged book on audio and The Possessed by Elif Batuman on kindle

2. On litsy Losing Earth and a couple other books about climate change, and in person Bluebeard‘s Egg by Margaret Atwood and a couple other books with fairy tale images for a friend who just loved the bloody chamber

3. Music - Taylor Swift, Bruce Springsteen or the National. Art - genuinely no idea, I‘m a beginner enjoying all of it atm

thegirlwiththelibrarybag I love the Impressionist period of art... but I also love how much art I‘ve been exposed to on Instagram. I‘ve found so many artists (especially women artists) who are working today through online challenges like #mermay (a mermaid a day in May) and #inktober (a drawing a day in ink in October) - it‘s amazing! 2mo
56 likes1 comment
blurb
Lindy
post image

“The less appealing aspect of clean eating is a tone of moralism that threatens to undermine the pleasure of everyday meals.”

I‘m glad Bee Wilson addresses the topic of clean eating. I remember how, when I first encountered the term, I was totally baffled about its meaning.

46 likes2 stack adds
blurb
MrBook
post image

#TBRtemptation post 5! Recently released. The award-winning food writer explores contemporary food climate. How did we get here—where we can get strawberries in winter and find squid ink on store shelves—and what costs result from our easier-than-ever access to the wide range food available. What‘s the relationship between food and culture? Is there a balance? How have ingredients and processes changed over time? #blameLitsy #blameMrBook 😎

59 likes4 stack adds
blurb
Aimeesue
post image

Ain't it, though.

Weaponxgirl Yes! I hate the idea that the individual is to blame all on their own. There are plenty of reasons why people find it hard to eat well including food deserts, time when working several jobs to make ends meet, skills and money. It‘s ridiculous how cheap bad for you food is due to subsidies ect. 9mo
25 likes2 stack adds1 comment
blurb
Aimeesue
post image

So glad I opened the package that the 30 pound bag of dog food was in — I‘d forgotten that I‘d preordered this book. Love love love Bee Wilson.

34 likes1 stack add