Table of contents for The revolution will not be microwaved : inside America's underground food movements / Sandor Ellix Katz.

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Contents
Foreword
Acknowledgments
Introduction
1	Local and Seasonal Food versus Constant Convenience Consumerism	
		The Globalization of Food
		Building Local Food Systems
		Regulating the Taste and Nutrients Out of Food
		What about Organic?
		Expanding Access
		Growing Your Own: The Most Local Agriculture
		Recipe: Chickweed Pesto
	
2	Seed Saving as a Political Act
		Intellectual Property Laws, Genetic Pollution, and Biodiversity
		Amateurism Breeds Diversity
		Biotech Food Safety: Corporate-Government Collusions and Delusions
		Worldwide Resistance to Genetically Modified Food
		The End of Sexuality and Other Apocalyptic Scenarios
		Recipe: Sprouted Seeds
		Recipe: Roasted Squash or Pumpkin Seeds
	
3	Holding Our Ground: Land and Labor Struggles
		Land Movements across Space and Time
		Farmers Resisting Real-Estate Pressures
		Fear and Loathing in Rural America
		Urban Food Production and Cultural Change
		Guerilla Gardeners Reclaiming Abandoned Lots
		Landless Farm Workers Challenging Exploitation
		Recipe: Eat Some Dirt
		Recipe: Herbal Elixir Mead
		
4	Slow Food for Cultural Survival
		Wild Rice and Other Indigenous-Food Culture Struggles
		Illegal Food: The War on Small-Scale Production
		Street Food and the Importance of the Informal Economy
		Rediscovering Traditional Food Processing
		Recipe: Gefilte Fish with Horseradish Sauce
		Recipe: Shav
5	The Raw Underground
		Challenging Milk Dogma
		A Brief History of Mandatory Pasteurization
		The Grassroots Milk Movement
		Shifting Legal Terrain
		Recipe: Sour Cream and Cottage Cheese from Raw Milk
		Raw Food Revival
		Recipe: Vegetable-Seed P¿t¿
		Recipe: Flax Crackers
		Recipe: Massaged Kale
6	Food and Healing (or, Beware the Neutraceutical)
		Denial of the Obvious: The Twisted Chemical-Medical-Industrial 
Complex
		My Own Fall into Pharmaceuticals
		Grassroots Health Activism
		Recipe: Vegetable Fermentation Further Simplified
		Manufacturing and Marketing Confusion
		
7	Plant Prohibitions: Laws against Nature
		Controlling Dispersion
		The World's Most Notorious Prohibited Plant: Marijuana
		Recipe: Extracting Cannabis into Oil or Butter
		Recipe: Savory Vegetable Strudel
		Policing Plant Knowledge and Usages
		Recipes: Sassafras Tea and Root Beer
8	Vegetarian Ethics and Humane Meat
		Factory-Farming Horrors
		Varieties of Vegetarian Volition
		Recipe: Tabbouleh
		Blood on Your Hands
		Humane Meat
		Recipe: Bone Broth
		Recipe: Souse
9	Feral Foragers: Scavenging and Recycling Food Resources
		Tapping into the Waste Stream
		Roadkill Radicals
		Wild Food Scavenging
		Recipe: Burdock and Nettles
		Recycling Used Cooking Oil into Fuel
		Composting and Humanure
10	Water: Source of All Life
		Clean Water Activism
		Protecting the Water Commons
		Infrastructure Awareness
		Recipe: Drink More Water
Epilogue: Bringing Food Back to Earth
Notes
Index 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Food.
Food supply -- United States.
Food habits -- United States.