Food Matters by Mark Bittman.
By Fine Cooking Editors, editor
January 14th, 2009
Food MattersA Guide to Conscious Eating,with More Than 75 Recipesby Mark Bittman(Simon & Schuster, $25)reviewed by Kimberly Y. Masibay in issue #97, p. 28In his new book, award-winning cookbook author Mark Bittman proposes an eating plan to improve the health of people, planet, and pocketbook.
Pielove writes: Plobvert, if Bittman is too simple have you tried reading Michael Pollan?
Posted: 1:54 pm on March 26th
Plobvert writes: The following quotes from your issue #97 pretty much sum up the entire book.
The Reading List
New must-buys for food lovers. BY KIMBERLY Y. M ASIBAY
"A trip to the
supermarket can stir up a stew
of questions about where our
food comes from; how animals
and crops are raised; how our
choices affect our health and our
"It’s simple: Cut out the junk. Eat
fewer animals. Feast on lots of
real whole foods—fruits, veggies,
While the book was an interesting read it would have made a better article.
Bittman simply spends too much time going over the same facts chapter after chapter. It is nice to see people tackling these issues and I fully support the effort but the book was too long for the simple message it set out to convey.
Posted: 2:37 pm on February 4th
Quick and easy online shopping for any of the equipment or products reviewed in the magazine, plus everything sourced in the "Where to Buy It" column.
"Thanks for posting your experience. I need to replace my beloved Analon non-stick cookware and want..."
"I bought 3 Green Gourmet nonstick skillets on the strength of this review. Unfortunately, my..."
"Sweet! Looking forward to it! Looks like grilling just got easier ;)"
FineCooking.com is a part of the Taunton Home and Garden Network
Taunton Home |
Books & Videos |
Contact Us |
Product recall information
Copyright Notice |
Taunton Guarantee |
User Agreement |
About Us |
Work for Us |
Contact Us |
© 2013 The Taunton Press, Inc., Part of Taunton’s Women’s Network. All rights reserved.