An interview with Marika Blossfeldt.
Also on the program, listen to a commentary by Ian Shoales.
From the Bookotron.com:
“Once you get to the text, you’ll find the book is divided into two sections. The first part consists of what I would call recipes for life. This is further divided into “Nutrition and Nourishment” and “Lifestyle.” “Nutrition and Nourishment” is a well-written and concise summary of what we know and need to know about the food we eat. There’s a bit of Michael Pollan here, a bit of Mollie Katzen there, and a smooth, straightforward prose style that gives readers an executive summary on matters such as food labels, blood sugar, oils, food cravings and even water. It’s easily read and helpful advice that informs your shopping decisions. The section on oils was particularly concise and informative.”