She's been seen as everything from an empty-brained cheerleader to a slogans—pouting radical, but Frankie as her friends call her is actually a complex, concerned person who strives—in her own thoughts and actions—to avoid narrow and oversimplistic analyses or solutions. The abiding concern of Lappe's work—the very large job of fighting the injustice of hunger in a world of plenty—has led her to explore food-related topics ranging from protein complementarity to the detrimental aspects of our nation's foreign aid. In the course of those studies, she's authored or coauthored Diet for a Small Planet. Food First: Beyond the Myth of Scarcity. Aid as Obstacle. What Can We Do?
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The book that started a revolution in the way Americans eat The extraordinary book that taught America the social and personal significance of a new way of eating is still a complete guide for eating well in the twenty-first century.
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He has worked in international development for decades, most recently as director of Community Finance at Oxfam America, where he and his team trained savings groups in Mali, Senegal, Cambodia, El Salvador, and Guatemala. Diet for a Small Planet. Here again is the extraordinary bestselling book that taught America the social and personal significance of a new way of eating-- one that remains a complete guide for eating well in the 90s. Featuring: simple rules for a healthy diet; a streamlined, easy-to-use format; delicious food combinations of protein-rich meals without meat; hundreds of wonderful recipes, and much more. List of Figures. Diet for a Small Planet for the s. A Protein Factory in Reverse.
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Participating in democracy is the essence of a good life. I was out getting lunch today, and I was walking behind these two guys who were talking about a PETA billboard for veganism. Do you think about framing your ideas about ecological consequences and consumption in such a way that they might reach that guy? Nobody gets up and says: How can I heat the planet today? We grow up in this culture believing that the only thing we can count on is materialism, selfishness, competitiveness.