An exploration, both personal and deeply reported, of how we learn to eat in today’s toxic food culture.
“A deeply moving book about the power of appetite to shape all of our lives. Sole-Smith writes with warmth and insight about the sheer complexity of eating today – and how this most basic and joyful of human activities can be relearned.”
— Bee Wilson, food writer and author of First Bite: How We Learn to Eat
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If you spend any amount of time writing and thinking about kids’ relationship with food and their bodies, a tip you’ll run into early and often is to serve meals “family style.” This means you stop pre-plating your kids’ meals …
Feminist writer. Author of THE EATING INSTINCT. Frequent contributor to @parents & @nytparenting and co-host of #ComfortFoodPodcast. (She/Her)