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White Bread by Aaron Bobrow-Strain
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Jul 02, 12

Read in July, 2012

This book was great. When I first started reading it I thought that it was going to be the rantings of a new age foodie. But, he had a very balanced approach and was willing to point out the short comings of his own groups and beliefs. He did a great job of using white bread as a metaphor to show the changing dynamics of the consumer marketplace. None of the ways that he tied it together were a stretch and he did not try to make a larger case of importance. Great and engaging read.

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