A YEAR UNPROCESSED

By Gary Paul Nabhan | January 06, 2016
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Gary Paul Nabhan on Unprocessed: My City-Dwelling Year of Reclaiming Real Food (William Morrow 2015) by Megan Kimble.

While the amount of reportage on local food production and procurement has increased exponentially over the last two decades, the amount of elegant, compelling, and memorable prose about food has not. Megan has an MFA in creative writing from the University of Arizona, as well as years of experience as a working journalist; as she interviews a range of farmers, ranchers, millers, winemakers and beekeepers, she coaxes out of her interviewees original, honest information about their lives and livelihoods, while at the same time embedding them into a literary narrative as cohesive as a good novel. As managing editor of Edible Baja Arizona, Megan has already become a voice in the food world that thought leaders are seeking out to move our conversations in new and unforeseen directions. In Unprocessed, Megan Kimble is sure to raise the bar for literary food writing one more notch, while engaging many in new explorations of how the raw becomes cooked, why whole foods matter, and, not least of all, how the money we spend shapes our communities.

Article from Edible Tulsa at http://edibletulsa.ediblecommunities.com/food-thought/year-unprocessed
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