To be perfectly honest, I was hesitant to list the books I read in 2017. I honestly didn’t think I had read that many, and compared to years past, I haven’t. But I averaged over a book a month, which … Continue reading
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Here’s my video book review on another one of Michael Pollan’s books: Food Rules.
Ever since taking my Nutritional Anthropology class last year, this title has been floating around the top of my To Be Read (TBR) pile. I finally got around to reading it. Thoughts: I found this book thought-provoking and it caused … Continue reading