The Way We Eat
Regular readers of these blogs will know that I've been talking about the glut of books on organic and healthy food recently. The benefit of gluts is that books can be reviewed together and thus it's more likely that review space will be given over to them. Case in point. . .
Two of these books, Marion Nestle
's What We Eat
and Jim Mason and Peter Singer's The Way We Eat
are profiled in the Health section of today's New York Times
Now all we need is a book called Who We Eat
and then our impersonal pronouns are almost complete.