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Avocado Anxiety: and Other Stories About Where Your Food Comes From

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To calculate the overall star rating and percentage breakdown by star, we don’t use a simple average.I can’t completely take away avocado anxiety – I’m not sure I want to, it is a product of living in our age. If our ancestors could time-travel to one location in the present, where would modernity astound them most?

She covered UN climate change talks, GM foods and the badger cull during five years as the Environment Correspondent for The Daily Telegraph.

Avocado Anxiety encourages understanding the science behind one's food and demonstrates the global impact of every meal. As consumers we can cut food waste by eating our leftovers and embracing the wonky carrot, we can eat plant proteins like broad beans and grow our own courgettes. Generally, fruit and vegetables have a lower carbon footprint because it takes a lot less energy to grow a plant than to raise an animal.

Instead, it’s hopeful and balanced and still manages to cover an impressive breadth of material without ever feeling overwhelming or preachy. Established in 2009, Tippermuir seeks to add to the cultural life of Scotland by publishing interesting and worthy books in English and Scots.Potato farmers are learning how to look after the soil better, largely from watching the organic movement. For her second book Avocado Anxiety And Other Stories About Where Your Food Comes From, the author explores the role of fruit and vegetables in shaping our environment.

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