The Enright Files - Food

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With Thanksgiving just around the corner, The Enright Files explores our increasingly complicated and self-conscious relationship with food: from the proliferation of movements like locavorism to anxieties about what's in our food, how it's produced and what it's doing to our bodies. Michael Enright speaks with two maverick thinkers on food: Thomas Pawlick, the author of The End of Food, and Gary Taubes, the author of Why We Get Fat.

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