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What the World Eats de Faith D'Aluisio
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What the World Eats (edició 2008)

de Faith D'Aluisio (Autor)

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"A photographic collection exploring what the world eats featuring portraits of thirty families from twenty-four countries surrounded by a week's worth of food"--Provided by publisher.
Membre:mamasarah
Títol:What the World Eats
Autors:Faith D'Aluisio (Autor)
Informació:Tricycle Press (2008), Edition: Illustrated, 160 pages
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Hungry Planet: What the World Eats de Peter Menzel

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Fascinating look at what the world eats. I was amazed by the places where they are feeding huge families on almost no money. Comparing how much pre-packaged food we eat in the US to places like Bhutan where almost everything is home grown was really enlightening. It seems unfortunate to me that our Western way of eating is seen as normal, with our tons of soda and everything full of sugar, salt, and preservatives. ( )
  readingjag | Nov 29, 2021 |
Recommended by Lauren B.

Twenty-plus families from countries around the world provide a lens to examine different eating and cooking practices around the world, from a refugee camp in Chad to Mongolia, Greenland, Australia, and more. Each family is photographed surrounded by a week's worth of food; there are facts about each region, a map highlighting each country's location, many captioned photographs, family recipes, and photographer's field notes. There are also photo galleries of different kitchens, street food, fast food, meals, and fish; there are statistics on annual meat consumption, fertility rate, literacy rate, population (% urban), and area in square miles. In short, this is an in-depth look at a topic of vital importance to everyone on the planet: food - how much it costs, what kind is available, how it's grown and cooked. Back matter includes further reading, sources, and index. ( )
  JennyArch | Apr 5, 2021 |
This is a compelling book following up previous works by Menzel, who travels the world creating photo essays. In this collection, Menzel and D'Aluisio look at the food consumption habits of people from around the world. Progressing from least calories to most calories, they show each person or family with their daily allotment of food, ranging from a few handfuls of grains and beans to extravagant table settings. Not only does this book portray the variety of foods from around the world, it also shows the immense scale difference between those who have little and those who have much. ( )
  resoundingjoy | Jan 1, 2021 |
I loved this book. It was fascinating. The author traveled around the world and took pictures of people in their kitchens with their entire pantry spread around them and then discussed the family. Some kitchens were familiar enough - Australia, Great Britain, and even Saudi Arabia. Others were very foreign such as the refugee camp in Africa (and that was very sad)and some Asian countries. I had fun picking out the food brands I knew from the pictures (and was often surprised). Highly recommended. ( )
  Chica3000 | Dec 11, 2020 |
I'd enjoyed their other coffee table size books Material World and Women in the Material World. Lovely photography and interesting stories about families around the world and how they eat. (May 13, 2006) ( )
  cindywho | May 27, 2019 |
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