The Wendell Berry sentence that inspired Michael Pollan's food obsession
from The Atlantic
Perhaps more than any living writer, Michael Pollan has convinced America that food is a story — and that there's pleasure, health and good conscience in untangling farm-to-fork narratives. For many, books like
The Omnivore's Dilemma
have been a gateway to more mindful eating, a path to heightened curiosity about farming and the natural world, a road to the conviction that we really are what we eat. But what got Michael Pollan thinking about food?
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