Taking An Ethnographic Approach To Food Consumption With David Moscow


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When was the last time you reflected on the food you are eating? David Moscow has decided to answer this question using an ethnographic approach. He joins Corinna Bellizzi to share the highlights of his book, From Scratch. David discusses how he became closer and more appreciative of food by immersing himself in different cultures. He visited numerous countries to study how they prepare, cook, and consume all kinds of animals and plants. David explains how studying food and its connection to human lives around the world can help build a better future, adopt a healthier diet, and preserve animal welfare. David also talks about his potato adventures in Peru, his insights about the impact of the South China Sea dispute on fishing rights, and the US food industry falling into the jaws of capitalism.

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