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Sunday book review | 'the omnivore's dilemma,' by michael pollan deconstructing dinner review by david kamp april 23, 2006. The omnivore's dilemma: a natural history of four meals is a nonfiction book written by american author michael pollan published in 2006 in the book, pollan . In the omnivore's dilemma michael pollan takes us on a journey through the modern food system he explores the industrial food system and.
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