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屉 New എ Milk!: A 10,000-Year Food Fracas  ꗃ Ebook Author Mark Kurlansky 뛧 屉 New എ Milk!: A 10,000-Year Food Fracas ꗃ Ebook Author Mark Kurlansky 뛧 Milk A 10,000 Year Food Fracas is a feat of investigation, compilation and organization Altogether a complex and rich survey, Milk is a book well worth nursing Wall Street JournalThe sort of book that Proust might have written had Proust become distracted by the madeleine you step away from this book with a new vantage on history, a working knowledge of exotic milk and cheese, acceptance of your mom, a sense of what makes Mark Kurlansky tick and a weird craving for buffalo mozzarella Editors Choice, New York Times Book ReviewKurlanskys entertaining, fast paced history of milk exhibits his usual knack for plumbing the depths of a single subject Kurlanskys charming history brims with excellent stories and great details Publisher s WeeklyCod, salt, paper, oysters, 1968, and HavanaKurlansky always picks a singular subject, then runs with it as he provides historical and cultural context Here he examines our relationship to milk since the domestication of animals than 10,000 years ago That relationship shifted with the Industrial Revolution, which meant out with the family cow and in with pasteurization and, eventually, food fights over industrial farming, animal rights, and GMOs Pour a glass and get out the cookies before reading Library Journals Nonfiction Picks, May 2018The author of Salt 2002 and Cod 1997 tackles another staple food in this chatty history of milk andsome of the many products made from it Kurlansky s wide ranging curiosity makes a familiar topic seem exotic BooklistA wide ranging history of a surprisingly controversial form of nourishment Chock full of fascinating details KirkusA fascinating and comprehensive book that will keep readers engaged and entertained Will appeal to both foodies and readers of world history Library JournalFascinating Every chapter of Milk entrances with I did not know that facts and observations BookPageAs with Mark Kurlanskys Cod and Salt, I wish I had written Milk Never would I have thought that so elementary a liquid food had such an intriguing history, one that includes science, politics, economics, and gourmandize A great read on a great subject Mimi SheratonMark Kurlansky, the best selling author of Cod and Salt, traces the 10,000 year old cultural, economic, and culinary trajectory of this dietary staple, packing in dairy centric recipes both ancient and modern Modern Farmer, Seven of the Season s Best New BooksCalcium heavy gold the fine cream of the book rises to the top USA TodayA prolific and spirited explicator of the the world, Kurlansky has written on subjects as varied as 1968, Cuba, and European Jewry, but his sweet spot is literature on single forms of nutrition and sustenance, with books such as Cod A Biography of the Fish that Changed the World and Salt A World History He now turns his attention to the mother of all subjects milk which he sees as the most argued over food of the past 10,000 years In this entertaining and constantly surprising book, he chronicles debates and disputes over milk breast or bottle, pasteurized or homogenized, genetically modified or raw and even finds that fierce disagreements over wet nurses involved not whether to use one, but whether brunettes or blondes were better The National Book Review, Five Hot BooksSomething to enjoy with a cold class of what else milk and a warm cookie Popular ScienceCompelling The Columbus DispatchBest selling author Mark Kurlansky follows up Cod 1997 and Salt 2002 with another zestful exploration of one foodstuff milk through history and a range of lenses Kurlansky keeps up a cracking pace on a tour that covers classical geographer Strabo griping about the Celts milk consumption the disease generating dairies of nineteenth century New York City lactose intolerance in China and 126 recipes for everything from ghee to syllabub NatureFrom the the first page of this book, youll be fascinated by how much milk, and its relatives like cheese, whey, and ice cream, have infiltrated our lives over thousands of years If youve ever found yourself in a debate about what milk is the best milk goat, cow, human this book will equip you with all the random tidbits to strengthen your rebuttal Bon Apptit, 8 Non Cookbook Food Books to Read This SummerFascinating stuff Kurlansky has a keen eye for odd facts and natural detail The Wall Street Journal on THE BIG OYSTERIt may be a stretch to say that by understanding the history of milk that one can understand the history of the world, but maybe not that much of a stretch As Kurlansky shows throughout Milk , the story of dairy is really the story of civilization What Milk does particularly well is elucidate the history of conflict around all things milk Inside Higher EdMagnificent a towering accomplishment Associated Press on THE BIG OYSTEREvery once in a while a writer of particular skill takes a fresh, seemingly improbable idea and turns out a book of pure delight Such is the case of Mark Kurlansky and the codfish David McCullough on CODKurlansky finds the world in a grain of salt The New York Times Book Review on SALTKurlansky approaches Havana like an Impressionist painter, building the image of this metropolis of 2 million inhabitants with subtle brushstrokes Washington Post on HAVANAAn early favorite Everybody can learn, and everybody will eat Washington Post on INTERNATIONAL NIGHTMark Kurlansky is the New York Times bestselling author of Havana, Cod, Salt, Paper, The Basque History of the World, 1968, and The Big Oyster, among other titles He has received the Dayton Literary Peace Prize, Bon Appetit s Food Writer of the Year Award, the James Beard Award, and the Glenfiddich Award He lives in New York City www.markkurlansky.com Milk A , Year Food Fracas by Mark Kurlansky Milk is a feat of investigation, compilation and organization Altogether complex rich survey, book well worth nursing Kindle edition by Download it once read on your device, PC, phones or tablets Use features like bookmarks, note taking highlighting while reading Jun In the beginning, there was Earth sprang from milk, if you subscribed to beliefs Fulani West Africa, Norse, Iraqis, Egyptians, Greeks Please that ebooks are subject tax final price may vary depending country residence Book Review Cat Jul Kurlansky, NY Bloomsbury, Edition Ah, dairy products, blessing gods an overrated tool Euro normitive dietitians who should have known better Is milk healthy food scourge environment Depends ask, which is, where NPR NPR coverage News, author interviews, critics picks IndieBound Nonfiction Book Food s entertaining, fast paced history exhibits his usual knack for plumbing depths single Cod, Salt He shares series anecdotes evolutio The year fracas caused bigissue not just another It never has been argued over at least past years, makes humans longest standing health debate Why Has Been Controversial Years Time author, most recently, quart sit in virtually every refrigerator, but Its merits old buy online call us Carson Bookshop, PO Box Thames, New Zealand A History Everything, Served Cold Glass MILK By Illustrated pp Bloomsbury Here list things I d be had breast instead bottle fed inches taller, Kurlansky ratings reviews Matt said First foremost, large thank NetGalley, USA Publishing Of WAMC Profoundly intertwined with human civilization, compelling surprisingly global story tell, historian perfect person tell But mother essence nourishment, other mammals cultivated ever since domestication animals than years ago, originally as source cheese, yogurt, kefir, all manner edible innovations rendered lactose digestible, then, when genetic mutation made Bookreporter Before industrial revolution, common families keep cows produce their own during th century, mass production urbanization safety leading issue day, borne illnesses cause death Pasteurization slowly became legislative matter And 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    • Milk!: A 10,000-Year Food Fracas
    • 1.2
    • 23
    • Hardcover
    • 390 pages
    • Mark Kurlansky
    • English
    • 22 October 2017

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