The Omnivore's Dilemma: A Natural History of Four Meals - Study Guide Chapter Fifteen through Chapter Sixteen Summary & Analysis

Michael Pollan
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Chapter Fifteen opens with Pollan discussing his final meal, that of the meal he makes using ingredients he hunted or gathered himself. Having never hunted, Pollan knows he will have to learn. Pollan also admits that this food chain, for most, is unrealistic, in that there is not enough game or wild plants and fungi to feed all of humanity. He knows this lesson will be one of ethics, and of the relationships between man and food, and he wants to create a meal in full consciousness of the foods involved and how they came to be on his table. Pollan meets Angelo Garro, who is a man passionate about food and the preparation of food and who takes Pollan under his wing in terms of hunting and gathering. As Pollan prepares for his hunting license, he...

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