After listening to this book for hours, I really can't bring myself to get past the reader. The story line overall seems very interesting, however, this is one of those books that I am going to have to actually read in order to enjoy.
Michael Pollen has asked and documented questions that I believe most Americans ask themselves every day "What should I eat."
He takes us through more than one food chain, and how each one not only affects the land that is used, but how it affects us, the consumers.
Its great to listen to writer who has documented this issue though his own personal experience. Pollan is not preaching nor is he telling his readers what they should eat; instead, Pollan allows the readers to make their own decisions about the food that's on their plate.
Scott Brick was also the perfect narrator for this book; his voice has really brought the book to life. Anyone who is interested in the food that goes on our plate really should purchase and listen to this book.
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