Of Meat and Montessori: One Person's Path to Vegetarianism
Selman, Ruth Corey, Montessori Life
FEW THINGS DESCRIBE A CULTURE better than the food it consumes. A celebration of cultural diversity includes ethnic foods as well as language and music. Tastes for certain foods acquired at home in childhood remain markers of our cultural heritage throughout life. Nothing less than an intellectual, emotional, or physical shock can dislodge us from our national or regional foods. As proof, consider the current explosion of ethnic restaurants in major cities with immigrant communities. * Looking back, my own personal food culture was shaped dramatically as a result of a 6-month job in 1945 with the Woman's Land Army (W.L.A.), a program initiated by the U.S. Department of Agriculture to …
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Publication information: Article title: Of Meat and Montessori: One Person's Path to Vegetarianism. Contributors: Selman, Ruth Corey - Author. Magazine title: Montessori Life. Volume: 17. Issue: 2 Publication date: Spring 2005. Page number: 44+. © American Montessori Society 2008. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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