Slow Cooked: An Unexpected Life in Food Politics Volume 78
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About the Author
"[A] delight . . . [Nestle's] prodigious writings, advocacy and public speaking on food policy, political economy and food safety were quite unexpected given [her] career trajectory. But now in 20-20 hindsight, they remain indispensable."-- "Forbes"
"Her prose exhibits the same accessibility she strives for in her academic work . . . . In Slow Cooked, she holds nothing back as she details moments of doubt -- like when the Sugar Association threatened to sue her after she published Food Politics in 2002 -- with both humor and suspense. A chronicle of hard work and a public health resource, Slow Cooked is also proof that it's never too late."-- "New York Times"
"An engrossing and beautiful memoir--personal, generous, thoughtful, and inspiring. She calls on all academics, advocates, researchers, and practitioners to help bring about food system changes to promote public health, food equity, and sustainable diets."-- "Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior"