I don’t want to get into too much detail with this book because I sent it to Barbara and I don’t want to bias her opinion.
It’s extremely interesting and doesn’t only tell you what not to eat but gives you a history of different foods or random food facts that you wouldn’t necessarily know without going to culinary school.
Did you know tomatoes grow best in Naples, Italy and New Jersey?? FACT. There is something in the soil that makes them grow better there then anywhere else. Same with grapes from Walla Walla, Washington. That one made me happy cause that’s where my wine club is based. 😀
It also tells you what to look for in restaurants to make sure you’re not being duped by them using a lower grade fish or different cut of meat in order to save some money.
I look forward to hearing Barbara’s thoughts on it!