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What We Eat: The True Story of Why We Put…
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What We Eat: The True Story of Why We Put Sugar in Our Coffee and Ketchup…

by Burton Wolf

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What we eat is bases on a thirteen-part series for public television that looks at how Christopher Columbus and the Spanish conquistadors changed what people ate and how that fundamental shift changed almost everything on our planet. Burt Wolf travels through the Caribbean, Latin America, Europe, Asia, and the United States to commemorate the 500th anniversary of an era that sowed the most important seeds of change. With the help of some of the world's leading experts, he uncovers how the migrations of people, plants, and animals that started between 1492 and 1502 continue to impact the culture, economics, and the diet of the world today.… (more)

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