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What the world eats

D'Aluisio, Faith
A very interesting read, which shows in photographs what the world eats during a typical week. Their means of getting the food, cooking and refrigeration are also documented. I found it interesting that it is the undeveloped countries who seem to have it right, eating grains, beans and whatever fruits and vegetables that they can grow in their gardens, a little meat when they can get it. While the developed countries are eating a steady diet of boxed, processed and convenience foods. Very educational for both children and adults, or for families to read together to see how people around the world, although different, are the same.
Jennifer (staff) (Age: older than 13) (Clemens Mill Library)