by Michael Pollan Penguin Press 2006, $26.95 (hardcover), 464 pp. One of 2006's most celebrated nonfiction books, The Omnivore's Dilemma may be the most widely-read serious (i.e., nondiet) "food" book since Fast Food Nation in 2001. In it, author Michael Pollan relates the "history" of four distinct meals in order to come to an understanding of...well, not only how we eat but also how he thinks we should eat. The meals include a typical McDonald's fast-food lunch; a meal of allorganic ...

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