Notable columnist and author Michael Pollan has a new book coming out on December 29th. That’s next Tuesday.
It’s called Food Rules ($7.42 on Amazon), and quite literally it is a set of rules to help people re-learn eating.
To promote his book, Pollan asked his New York Times readers to submit their own food rules. Here are a few of my favorites:
“It’s better to pay the grocer than the doctor.”
“If you are not hungry enough to eat an apple, then you are not hungry.”
“Don’g eat egg salad from a vending machine.”
While Pollan may throw in a few of these simple crowd-sourced gems, he will also put his food rules in the context of every food scenario, from shopping to eating out.
Unfortunately, I did not request an advance copy so I won’t be reading Food Rules until after its December 29th release. Expect a review shortly after.
Book description (from publisher)
Michael Pollan, our nation’s most trusted resource for food-related issues, offers this indispensible guide for anyone concerned about health and food. Simple, sensible, and easy to use, Food Rules is a set of memorable rules for eating wisely, many drawn from a variety of ethnic or cultural traditions. Whether at the supermarket or an all-you-can-eat-buffet, this handy, pocket-size resource is the perfect guide for anyone who would like to become more mindful of the food we eat.