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Hungry: Avocado Toast, Instagram Influencers, and Our Search for Connection and Meaning We Wait In Lines Around The Block For Scoops Of Cookie Dough We Photograph Every Meal We Visit Selfie Performance Spaces And Leave Lucrative Jobs To Become Farmers And Craft Brewers Why What Are We Really Hungry For In Hungry, Eve Turrow Paul Provides A Guided Tour Through The Stranger Corners Of Today S Global Food And Lifestyle Culture How Are St Century Innovations And Pressures Are Redefining People S Needs And Desires How Does Foodie Culture, Along With Other Lifestyle Trends, Provide An Answer To Our Rising Rates Of Stress, Loneliness, Anxiety, And Depression Weaving Together Evolutionary Psychology And Sociology With Captivating Investigative Reporting From Around The World, Turow Paul Reveals The Modern Hungers Physical, Spiritual, And Emotional That Are Driving Today S Top TrendsThe Connection Between The Death Of The Cereal Industry And Access To Work Email On Our Smartphones How Posting Images Of Our Dinners On Social Media Both Fulfills And Feeds Our Hunger For Human Connection In An Increasingly Isolated World The Ways Diet Tribes And Boutique Fitness Gyms Substitute For Organized Religion How Access To Round The Clock News Relates To The Blowback Against GMO Foods Wellness Retreats, Astrology, Plant Parenthood, And Other Methods Of Easing Modern Anxiety Why Eating Local Might Be The Key To Solving Not Just Climate Change, But Our Current Global Sense Of Disconnection From Gluten Free And Paleo Diets To Meal Kit Subscriptions, And From Mukbang Broadcast Jockeys To Craft Beer, Hungry Deepens Our Understanding Of Why We Do What We Do, And Helps Us Find Greater Purpose And Joy In Today S Technology Altered World

About the Author: Eve Turow-Paul

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10 thoughts on “Hungry: Avocado Toast, Instagram Influencers, and Our Search for Connection and Meaning

  1. Alicia Bayer Alicia Bayer says:

    Sorry, I hated this book It was drudgery to read, especially as the author so clearly seems to look down on pretty much everybody She smugly psychoanalyzes vegans, vegetarians, paleo folks, millennials, gluten free folks, people

  2. Janet Janet says:

    I requested and received a temporary digital Advance Reader Copy of this book from NetGalley, the publisher and the author in exchange for an honest review From the publisher, as I do not repeat the contents or story of books in reviews,

  3. Shelly Shelly says:

    Hungry is a decidedly informative and thought provoking book The book is well written and expertly composed This book explores foodie culture and our physical, spiritual, and emotional hunger These are salient issues I was eager to learnabout I pe

  4. Karishma Karishma says:

    Thank you to NetGalley and Eve Turow Paul for sending me an Advanced Reader Copy of Hungry in exchange for an honest review Hungry explores millennial foodie culture through researching and explaining trends, such as foodstagram accounts, mukbangs, food de

  5. Amanda Yates Amanda Yates says:

    So it took me a bit to get into this book I did by the third chapter but it was a slow read I didn t agree with everything the author put out there but that is always the case It was nice to read someone else s take on the world we are all experiencing.

  6. Susie Susie says:

    The formatting of this book made it quite difficult to follow However, it was an interesting read, full of facts and figures It s mainly based on USA figures and habits, but don t let that put you off Thank you NetGalley for my complimentary copy in return for my honest rev

  7. Sam Rosen Sam Rosen says:

    I am very impressed with this book There was a LOT of content within its pages, causing much needed reflection on important topics that surrounds us in the 21st century Upon first impression, I thought this book was JUST going to talk about food trends, food sourcing, etc While this

  8. Barbara Barbara says:

    Hungry What are we hungry for This book, full of stats, studies, and information tries to answer that My daughter takes photos of her food and posts it on FB and Instagram, she also gets a food box from a local farm and boxes in the mail from food companies like Hello Fresh andfor convenienc

  9. Lisa Konet Lisa Konet says:

    This is not your typical If you are looking for food or diet recipes, you will not want to read this You still should anyway because it is filled with food statistics and the foodie craze Some of the insights and point of view of author was quite funny, although that wasn t the main point of the book

  10. Maude Maude says:

    It took me such a long time to read this book, because I wanted to make sure I understood every single point the author was making, and I kept taking notes and quotes because I found so many excellent arguments in there The psychology of foodie culture is such an interesting topic along with the diet culture

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