Category Archives: food

Barbara Kingsolver: Animal, Vegetable, Miracle (2007)

I would love to re-read some of all the good books I have stacked on my shelves, but I rarely do it – there’s so many good books out there that I haven’t read. It’s really quite stressfull to be … Continue reading

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Mickey Gjerris m.fl.: Kød. En antologi.

Ja. Det her er, som titlen antyder, en antologi om kød. Om kødproduktion, vegetarisme, landbrugets påvirkning af landskabet, sundhed og hvad man ellers kan komme på af aspekter af kød set fra et dansk synspunkt. Som udgangspunkt meget interessant, men … Continue reading

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Barbara Kingsolver:
Animal, Vegetable, Miracle (2007)

It seems that I need to read some of Kingsolver’s novels, which I must admit I hadn’t even heard of before someone (thanks, Wanda!) recommended I read this book. Because Kingsolver is an excellent storyteller. This is the unpretentious, un-preaching, … Continue reading

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Jonathan Safran Foer: Eating Animals (2009)

This is a very powerful, thought-provoking book, as has been obvious from the massive media attention it has gotten even here in small Denmark. As a vegetarian, I often discuss food with people who are shocked, repelled or simply curious … Continue reading

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Kirsten Skaarup: Det kærlige køkken (2008)

Jeg har altid været vild med mad, men jeg er for nylig også blevet ret vild med kogebøger. Jeg har ikke skrevet om dem her før, men min seneste anskaffelse har så meget (og så inspirerende) tekst, at jeg slet … Continue reading

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Beverly Lynn Bennett and Ray Sammartano:
Vegan Living (2005)

The full title of this book is The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Vegan Living, and what’s up with that?!  Someone’s calling me a complete idiot?! Why would I want to read their book, already?! Well, apparently it’s a part of … Continue reading

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