The Way We Eat Now Paperback – 21 Mar. 2019
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‘Bee Wilson weaves staggering information and fascinating insights into a gripping and inspiring story that is both fairytale and horror story. A brilliant must-read about what touches us all’ Claudia Roden
‘Bee Wilson’s fascinating book is a guide to the future of food and how we eat and will be eating. Meticulously researched and written brilliantly’ Ken Hom
‘As she wrestles with how and what we eat Bee Wilson is fearless, rigorous, compassionate and totally readable. Thank God we have her’ Diana Henry
‘Bee Wilson once again proves herself one of the world’s most compelling voices in journalism … This book should be required reading for everyone’ Darra Goldstein
‘This is urgent reading. Bee Wilson writes with a deep understanding of the problems posed by the way we eat today, but she never loses sight of her own love for the joy and promise and power of eating well. I always walk away from her writing feeling more hopeful than despondent, resolved to do better for myself, my family, and the planet’ Chris Ying
Fortnum & Mason Food Book of the Year 2020
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Bee Wilson writes compassionately and without judgement and examines underlying issues and root causes rather than just the symptoms of our modern food environment.
I have never highlighted and underlined so many passages in a book, nor had to close one so often to pause and absorb what I had read.
As well as being fascinating from a scientific and global trend perspective, it also has valuable practical insights into how to eat healthily within the toxic food landscape, without being preachy.
If I could afford to I would send a copy to every MP and ask that they start to base food policy on this book. I truly think that if enough people in power read this book, it could change the world.
The book is interesting for those of use with a good grasp of science and public health without being too technical or in depth for the curious layman.
Little critical comment - in second half the author runs a bit thin on content. The points are valid but elaborated over and over again