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Table of Contents
|"Where Does Polysorbate 60 Come From, Daddy?÷||p. 16|
|"The French Paradox÷||p. 21|
|"The Queen of Mold÷||p. 27|
|"Do You Want Lies With That?÷||p. 36|
|"Escalated Dining: Is Mall Food Becoming Classy?÷||p. 42|
|"Open for Business: Eating Out as Group Therapy in Post-Katrina New Orleans÷||p. 47|
|"The Deadly Little Secret: Candy Cigarettes÷||p. 53|
|Body Image||p. 57|
|"How to Address Obesity in a Fat-Phobic Society÷||p. 63|
|"Oprah Celebrates 20,000th Pound Lost÷||p. 75|
|"Food and Feelings÷||p. 78|
|"Whence the Beef?: The Gruesome Trip From Pasture to Platter÷||p. 87|
|"Meatless Like Me: I May Be a Vegetarian, but I Still Love the Smell of Bacon÷||p. 92|
|"Causes of Hunger are Related to Poverty÷||p. 97|
|"The Ethics of Eating: Consider the Farmworkers÷||p. 102|
|"My Week as a Waiter÷||p. 115|
|"Working in the Shadows: America's Dirty Food Jobs÷||p. 123|
|"Rethinking Work: Cooking as Labor÷||p. 127|
|"Competitive Eating: The Most American Sport?÷||p. 131|
|"The Udder Truth÷||p. 141|
|"Mass Production of Food Is Ruining Our Health÷||p. 150|
|"At 50, TV Dinner Is Still Cookin'˘||p. 160|
|"The Green Monster: Could Frankenfoods Be Good for the Environment?÷||p. 164|
|"Fast-Food Assistant 'Hyperactive Bob' Example of Robots' Growing Role÷||p. 169|
|"Between Meals: Who Determines If Food Is Authentic?÷||p. 177|
|"Soul Food: A New Place at the Table÷||p. 179|
|"Swallowing Fishbones÷||p. 183|
|"Through the Ages÷||p. 190|
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