Now those are comforting words.
I don’t know how this book escaped me, but I have got to get my hands on it. It’s clearly part of the eat-local canon ala “The Omnivore’s Dilemma,” “The United States of Arugula” and “Animal, Vegetable, Miracle.”
Just this morning, my Olympia-based Eco Geek informant, Gary L. Burk, urged me to preorder Planck’s sequel, “Real Food for Mother and Baby: The Fertility Diet, Eating for Two, and Baby’s First Food.”
It’s due out in paperback March 31.
With a 5-month-old boy at home, I guess I’m already a bit late, but I’m going to check it out anyway or at least reserve it at the library.
Have you read “Real Food”? Thoughts?
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