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Just finished a couple by Michael Pollan, "The Omnivore's Dilemma" and "In Defense of Food" both were amazing and looking for others.

I had no clue how much information I could intake while I am otherwise mindlessly doing my job I have to do anyway!

If you know of any, please share!
 
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Pollan's audiobooks are awesome. I loved Outliers by Malcolm Gladwell. Not exactly permie or food focused, but it cuts across a lot of issues. I've heard his other books are awesome as well - gonna listen to Blink next.

For environmental-leaning, guy-humor fiction, try books by Carl Hiaasen. His stories make my road trips fly by!
 
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This is over due for a bump and a flag ! Big AL !
 
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