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New Books in Food
Interviews with Food Writers about their New Books
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I teach a university course every semester on the history of human nutrition. My students have to write a book review, which some confuse with a book report despite my efforts but that's another matter, after reading a non-fiction book about the history of nutrition, food studies, sports studies,...Read full review »
Dr.Jeff.H via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/27/13
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