Biocultural Dimensions of Children's Food and Nutrition
Small Bites travels the globe to show how biology and culture influence how children eat, and how child nutrition can be made more equitable and sustainable.
From Dismal Swamp to Smiling Farms
Food, Agriculture, and Change in the Holland Marsh
From Dismal Swamp to Smiling Farms reveals how some of the most profitable farmland in Canada has been shaped, and ultimately imperilled, by liberal notions of progress and nature.
Beloved Recipes from a South Austin Icon
Cooking for the Senses
The first book on the sensory aspects of neurogastronomy for the home cook, complete with over 100 vegan recipes.
No One Eats Alone
Food as a Social Enterprise
No One Eats Alone argues that human connections are essential for creating a healthy, equitable, and sustainable food system. Michael Carolan shares the stories of individuals who are working to become citizens first and consumers second.
Supernourishment for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder
A Practical Nutritional Approach to Optimising Diet for Whole Brain & Body Health
An autism cookbook with a difference. Improve your child's health and happiness with a balanced diet that meets his/her complex needs.
How Canadians Communicate VI
Food Promotion, Consumption, and Controversy
When Wheat Was King
The Rise and Fall of the Canada-UK Grain Trade
By tracing the rise and controversial fall of the Canadian Wheat Board, Magnan reveals how trade, international relations, and food politics have influenced the grain industry in prairie Canada, the UK, and around the world.
Why Families Eat the Way They Do
Interviews with Canadian families reveal that our daily food choices reflect individual tastes and preferences but also our economic, social, and geographical place in the world.
Nutritious Vegetarian Food
An accessible introduction to yogic cooking. It has over 50 recipes for everything from appetisers and mains to soups and drinks, and includes information on the principles behind the yogic diet as well as dietary recommendations and guidelines.
Food Will Win the War
The Politics, Culture, and Science of Food on Canada’s Home Front
A wide-ranging account of how millions of Canadians enlisted to fight on the kitchen front in order to win the war for food.
Food, Genes, and Culture
Eating Right for Your Origins
Brewed in Japan
The Evolution of the Japanese Beer Industry
This book explores the many challenges that faced the early production and sale of beer in Japan, including its evolution from a uniquely Western beverage into a thoroughly domestic Japanese commodity by the post-Second World War era.
The Industrial Diet
The Degradation of Food and the Struggle for Healthy Eating
A searing look at the socioeconomic, technological, and political forces that have transformed our food into edible commodities.
Resistance Is Fertile
Canadian Struggles on the BioCommons
A critical look at the social, environmental, and economic impacts of agricultural biotechnology in Canada.
Global Farms Race
Land Grabs, Agricultural Investment, and the Scramble for Food Security
The first book to examine the burgeoning trend of buying up huge swaths of farmland abroad in all its complexity, considering the implications for investors, host countries, and the world as a whole.
Health and Sustainability in the Canadian Food System
Advocacy and Opportunity for Civil Society
Lays out new strategies for advocacy groups to achieve a sustainable, healthy food system.
The New Urban Agriculture
The AiA Gluten and Dairy Free Cookbook
This book contains over 400 gluten and dairy free recipes. An increasing number of people on the autism spectrum are turning to the gluten and casein free diet and finding that many of the more troublesome symptoms are significantly alleviated. Coeliacs, and those with lactose and other intolerances will also find a wealth of useful ideas.
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