The World in your Lunch Box

The World in your Lunch Box

[the Wacky History and Weird Science of Everyday Foods]

Book - 2012
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Contains information about historical food practices and humorous food facts.
Publisher: Toronto : Annick Press, c2012
ISBN: 9781554513925
1554513928
9781554513932
1554513936
Characteristics: 121 p. : col. ill., ports. ; 25 cm
Additional Contributors: Boothroyd, Sa

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muhammadh
May 13, 2014

Epic book the best book

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CrazayBookWorm
Mar 06, 2014

This book is awesome! I loved it and it was really informative! I recommend it to EVERYONE! :)

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smilerxoxo
Mar 06, 2014

the world in your lunch box was a pretty good book i enjoyed it but not as much as the others.

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Rainbow14
Feb 20, 2014

I love this book! It's so unique. It explains the most odd facts about food we all eat almost every day. The explain the history and science of food. It is worth to be in silver birch.

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Heraniextreme
Feb 06, 2014

Sounds interesting this is a must READ!

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nickthepickle18
Feb 06, 2014

I WANT TO READ IT

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BLUEICECREAM8
Feb 06, 2014

i love this book because I LOVE and it s FOOD and ccccccccccccrazy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Very wirrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrd _ food:)

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kevinm11
Feb 03, 2014

This book is very different. It talks about all the bizarre facts about simple everyday foods like tomatoes or bread. I actually enjoyed this book a lot, but it could have been a bit more exiting. I actually enjoy food and cooking though!

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barton_l
Jan 31, 2014

This book was an amazing book. The book starts with a kid who is in a cooking class. He clearly isn't interested. But the teacher insists on getting the kids attention and makes the students write a food journal. Later on, he discusses the history and science of the food. The book focuses on the amazing and bizarre history of ordinary foods we eat today. Not only that, it also includes the science behind each food item and throughly explains everything. The writer clearly helped us learn to enjoy cooking and our ordinary foods.

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Becky_h626
Jan 31, 2014

This book is facinating; i learned a lot about food. for example, did you know that the tomato was once a small bitter berry??

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