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Taking aim at Alice Waters, Michael Pollan & Co., and rethinking that Diet Coke


From today's Opinion page:

Keep your self-righteous fingers off my processed food: By demanding we all pay more to fund their agendas in these harsh economic times, foodie snobs and lefty social critics may as well tell us to eat artisanal cake.

And Monday's Health section:

America's sweet tooth is growing. Like many other mammals, we are hooked on sugar because it is packed with energy and our bodies have evolved ways of encouraging us to consume more of it.

Photo: Kirk McKoy / Los Angeles Times

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WHAT? The author has to approve free speech???? WHAT?

Michael Pollan: READ YOUR BOOK!
Remember? You wrote many pages on how Whole Foods
wasn't being wise around food politics.
Are you being paid hush money or did you forget the little
people while living the high life on your Oakland hillside?
We truly don't understand your turn around.


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