It is time to re-learn simple food
Jamie Oliver has got into trouble in his new book for suggestingthat the poor would do well to copy the diet of a Sicilianstreet-cleaner whom he claims to know, and who feasts on mussels,cherry tomatoes, and pasta.
He has a point. Simple food can be sustaining, healthy, and freeof the gunk that clogs arteries and leads to obesity and earlydeath. As someone who has always been overweight (although nearlyalways on the virtuous side of the clinical state described by the"o" word), I ...
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