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Maureen Costura Anthropology 150 21 September 2007 Word Choice Exercises In his book, The Omnivore’s Dilemma , Michael Pollan quotes Claude Levi-Strauss, who states that food must be “not only good to eat, but also good to think”. In today’s society, a lot of what we eat is based on what the food tastes like; however, what we should do is pay more attention to how the food is grown and prepared for us to digest. Michael Pollan even makes his own meal the “hunter and gatherer” way by picking his own cherries from a tree and serving wild pig. This type of meal is good to think because Pollan himself was aware of where each dish was from and how it was prepared. He attempts to make the dishes appealing to the taste buds and presentable On the other hand, good to think foods of hunters and gatherers are more based on what food is readily available so not as many options are possible. 1.
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