Advance Praise for Food Truths from Farm to Table.
Half Title Page.
Introduction: Truth in Food.
25 Food Truths to Shop & Eat without Guilt.
1: Take Guilt Off Your Food List.
2: Are Happy Cows on Drugs Harming My Kids?.
3: Your Milk Is Not Filled with Antibiotics.
4: Animal Welfare Is 24-Hour Care.
5: Are Confined Spaces Cruel?.
6: Is Organic the Utopia?.
7: Animal Care, in Context.
8: Pecking Order Isn’t Pretty.
9: Eggstravaganza or Overwhelmed?.
10: Farmers Buy Food, Too.
11: Is Your Fruit Creating an Environmental Frenzy?.
12: Where Fruits Grow, Bugs Go.
13: Excuse Me, There’s a Cucumber in My Papaya.
14: Cutting Boards and Cross-Contamination.
15: Organic Produce Requires Pesticides?.
16: Water and Family: The Lifeblood of Growing Food.
17: Does Eating Healthy Cost More?.
18: Vegetables Make Chemicals?.
19: Freshness Is a Science.
20: What’s Growing in Your Veggie Drawer?.
21: A Love of Playing in the Soil.
22: The Mayhem of Meat. Why Isn’t Farming Like Charlotte’s Web?.
23: Are Antibiotics Awful?.
24: Is Meat Messing with Your Hormones?.
25: The Mass Production of Education, Medication, and Food.
26: Does Your Burger Damage the Environment?.
27: There Is No Singular “Right” Way to Buy or Grow Food.
28: Are You Growing Bacteria?.
Bread and Baking Aisle.
29: Saving Our Soil.
30: Would You Like a Loaf of Guilt with Your Bread?.
31: Sugar, Salt, and Everything Evil.
32: Is Your Fat Better Than My Fat?.
33: Pardon Me, You Dropped Intellectual Property in My Food.
34: The Demonization of the Corn Stalk.
35: Is the Environment Sacrificed for Profitability?.
36: What Is Pecksniffery?.
Snacks and Convenience Foods.
37: The Reality of Convenience.
38: Balancing Choice on the Plate and the Farm.
39: Cheap Food Will Cost You More Later.
40: Are They Sneaky Snacks or Are We Label Illiterate?.
Deli and Foodservice.
41: Whose Hands Have Been in Your Food?.
42: Just Because You Can’t Pronounce It Doesn’t Mean It’s Bad for You.
43: We’re Not Crossing Frogs and Corn.
44: Everything in Moderation.
45: Checkout with Truth, Not Fear or Guilt.
Michele’s Food Philosophy.
A Note About the Remaining Aisles and Issues ….
About the Author.