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10 Books That Will Change The Way You Think About Food

By Andrea Howe |

gwyneth-made-me-do-it-logoWhat started out as an experiment to see if I could learn to cook and eat a little better, has turned into a complete change in the way I look at, think about, and consume food. Eating clean, like many health food buzzes and trends, has taken on different meanings for different people. Because of its loose context, some people choose to eliminate carbs, sugars of all kinds, and dairy. For me though, it’s been about searching out the “cleanest” forms of food I can find — free of antibiotics, hormones, pesticides and the like.

With this new way of eating, I’ve ditched my usual fiction fare, and have taken to researching and reading books that will help me on my quest. I asked around, and compiled a list of 10 books that will have you looking at, and thinking about food in a whole new way. And I’m not talking about diet and fad books. These books go beyond calorie counting and food elimination, but cover topics ranging from the importance of sourcing local foods, how our choices effect the environment, and how simple changes may mean a better life for others.

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10 Books That Will Change The Way You Think About Food

10 Books On The Food We Eat

From books I've read myself, to recommendations from trusted sources, these books will change the way you look at food, and will get you thinking the next time you're in line at the grocery store or packing your kid's lunch.  But I know these recommendations just touch the surface of many more great food books out there. Which reads, if any, did I leave off the list? Or, are your favorites all included?  Click through to see all 10.

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A Southern California native, Andrea Howe is a blogging mother of three who married her college sweetheart. After spending over 11 years in the fashion industry, she uses her experience and knowledge to help make style more approachable and fun for the everyday woman with her blog, For The Love Of. Read bio and latest posts → Read Andrea's latest posts →

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