The third plate field notes on the future of food
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New York : Penguin Audio, 2014.
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Bellevue - Adult Audiobook
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CD audio book
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Unabridged.
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12 sound discs (15 hr.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Language
English
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9781611763218, 1611763215
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9781611763218

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Traditionally, Americans have dined on the 'first plate,' a classic meal centered on meat with few vegetables. Many people have begun eating from the 'second plate,' the new ideal of organic, grass-fed meats and local vegetables. But neither model, Barber shows, supports the long-term productivity of the land. Instead, he calls for a 'third plate,' a new pattern of eating rooted in cooking with and celebrating the whole farm, an integrated system of vegetable, grain, and livestock production.
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APA Citation (style guide)

Barber, D. (2014). The third plate: field notes on the future of food. Unabridged. New York: Penguin Audio.

Chicago / Turabian - Author Date Citation (style guide)

Barber, Dan, 1969-. 2014. The Third Plate: Field Notes On the Future of Food. New York: Penguin Audio.

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Barber, Dan, 1969-, The Third Plate: Field Notes On the Future of Food. New York: Penguin Audio, 2014.

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Barber, Dan. The Third Plate: Field Notes On the Future of Food. Unabridged. New York: Penguin Audio, 2014.

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