Real Food, Fake Food: Why You Don't Know What You're Eating and What You Can Do about It (Compact Disc)
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A little sawdust in your pasta? Unless you are grating your parm yourself from a block of cheese actually made in Parma, Italy, this may be your indistinct pleasure. Kobe beef, Evoo, truffles, balsamic vinegar, sushi, wines, scotch: these are common place imposters and fakes, running the gamut from ethically gray to illegal and dangerous. Keep it real with this book.— Kelley