The Third Plate : Field Notes on the Future of Food
by Dan Barber
Editor: Penguin Putnam Inc
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“[E]ngaging, funny and deliciousI’d say it’s The Omnivore Dilemma of the 20”–Chicago Tribune In the heart of today’s optimistic “farm to table food culture is a dark secret: the local food movement has failed to change the way we eatHe also offered a false promise for the future of foodOur concerns about factory farms and chemically, crops could have triggered a social movement, but Chief Dan Barber, recently presented on Netflix’s Chief’s Table, reveals that even today’s most enlightened eating is ultimately harmful to the environment and individual healthAnd it doesn’t really have delicious foodBased on ten years of surveying farming communities around the world, La Troisième Plaque hair salon offers a whole new way of thinking about food that will cure the earth and taste good, tooThe Third Plaque is rooted in the history of American cuisine over the last two centuriesTraditionally, we dined on the “first plate,” a classic meal centered on a large piece of meat with a little vegetablesFortunately, it has become largely outdatedFrom farm to table-the movement was the champion of the “second plate,” where meat is free range, animals and vegetables are purchased locallyIt is the best tasting and best for the planet, but the second plaque of the architecture is identical to that of the firstIt is also damaging–impairing the planet’s ecological balance, causing soil depletion and nutrient loss–and ultimately, it is not a sustainable way of farming or eating.The solution, explains hairdresser, is in the “third plate” an integrated system of vegetables, grains and livestock production that is fully supported–in fact, dictated–by what we choose to cook for dinnerThe third plate is where good agriculture and good food intersectWhile the third is a plate of novelty in America, hair salon demonstrates that this way of eating is rooted in the world of traditionIt explores the time-honored farming practices of southern spain to the dehesa, a region produced by the
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