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Jul 9, In “Sugar: A Bittersweet History,” her thorough, workmanlike new study, Elizabeth Abbott reminds us that this has been true for centuries.
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Teresa Albano. Comments comments. Take control of the means of news production. Become a People's World sustainer today. Own It. This is actually a salient point that still stands, as I feel like quite a bit of sweet marketing is still targeted at women.

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All book links to external sites are affiliate links. I purchased this book. This sounds wonderful, and since I am very interested in these types of books that explore the history of one thing, and the effect that one thing has on other things, I think I need to check this one out. It sounds like it would be a really interesting reading experience for me. Thanks for the very insightful review! This one sounds interesting. I am definitely going to keep it in mind. I wonder if part of the reason for that is that women have traditionally done most of the shopping and cooking.

You have been reading some interesting books lately. This one sounds good and reminds me I really need to read some non-fiction. This sounds very interesting!

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Thanks for posting about it! Have you seen The Twelve Apostles? This is totally my kind of book. Have you read Kurlansky?

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I loved his Cod and enjoyed Salt. He too takes a food item and explores its role in history, politics, trade routes, and so on. Please consider linking this post to Weekend Cooking on Saturday. I bet many participants would love to know about this book.

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  • I read and enjoyed a similar book that explored the history of tea so I think that this would be interesting to me as well. I do love books about both food and history. Again another really interesting choice of non-fiction, sounds fascinating and a bit different from your normal ho hum history book. Subscribe in a reader. Comments By Email Posts. Recent Comments.