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What can the history of the U.S.’ 100-year-long love-hate relationship with sliced white bread tell us about contemporary efforts to change the way we eat? That’s the ambitious question Aaaron Bobrow-Strain attempts to answer in fascinating and insightful fashion. As he traces bread from the first factory loaf to the latest gourmet pain au levain, Bobrow-Strain shows how the debates over what we eat reflect larger questions around issues of race, class, immigration and gender.
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Hardcover, 272 pages.
W 6” H 9”
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