7 Books To Read for Sustainable Eating

7 Books To Read for Sustainable Eating

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Cambria Bold
Aug 19, 2010

While we normally leave food matters to our sister site, The Kitchn, food inevitably creeps into our posts every once and awhile because it's so closely tied to many of the issues we care about. Whether it's pesticides on produce, eating local and supporting CSAs, vegetarianism vs. ominvorism, hormones in food, growing your own food, radical homemaking, food packaging and buying in bulk, the choices we make at the table have a profound effect on our health and the health of the planet. Now TreeHugger has provided their latest must-read recommendations on sustainable eating:

On their list:

1 Diet for a Hot Planet by Anna Lappe.
2 Edible by Tracey Ryder and Carole Topalian.
3 Empires of Food by Evan Fraser and Andrew Rimas.
4 Agricultural Urbanism by Janine de la Salle and Mark Holland.
5 Food Matters by Mark Bittman.
6 Omnivores Dilemma: Young Readers Edition and Food Rules by Michael Pollan.

Read more about these books at TreeHugger.

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(Images: All books as linked, except Food Matters via This Week For Dinner)

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