Hungry Planet: What the World Eats Quotes

Peter Menzel
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"Vanessa does feel that her children have missed out on some of the most basic experiences she remembers from her own childhood" (p. 28).

"When they need extra help, others in the village page in—and Sangay Kandu returns the favor when asked: cooperation is often the key to survival in poor places" (p. 37).

"The number of us who suffer from the diseases of overeating may be, for the first time in history, approaching that of those suffering from undereating" (p. 53).

"Though more and more urban Chinese are embracing the cash economy, the traditional style of bartering goods and services still prevails in China's rural villages" (p. 84).

"With its powerful ability to conjure up a specific time and place, street food utterly lacks the studiously generic quality that critics decry in fast food" (p. 129).

"She would like to buy only organic foods, but they're more expensive to produce...

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