The Resource Consuming the inedible : neglected dimensions of food choice, edited by Jeremy MacClancy, Jeya Henry, and Helen Macbeth

Consuming the inedible : neglected dimensions of food choice, edited by Jeremy MacClancy, Jeya Henry, and Helen Macbeth

Label
Consuming the inedible : neglected dimensions of food choice
Title
Consuming the inedible
Title remainder
neglected dimensions of food choice
Statement of responsibility
edited by Jeremy MacClancy, Jeya Henry, and Helen Macbeth
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DNLM/DLC
Dewey number
394.1/2
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
GT2850
LC item number
.C65 2007
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
The anthropology of food and nutrition
Series volume
v. 6
Label
Consuming the inedible : neglected dimensions of food choice, edited by Jeremy MacClancy, Jeya Henry, and Helen Macbeth
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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Contents
Introduction: Considering the Inedible, Consuming the Ineffable / Jeremy MacClancy, Helen Macbeth and Jeya Henry -- 1. Evidence for the Consumption of the Inedible: Who, What, When, Where and Why? / Sera L. Young -- 2. Consuming the Inedible: Pica Behaviour / Carmen Strungaru -- 3. The Concepts of Food and Non-food: Perspectives from Spain / Isabel Gonzalez Turmo -- 4. Food Definitions and Boundaries: Eating Constraints and Human Identities / Ellen Messer -- 5. A Vile Habit? The Potential Biological Consequences of Geophagia, with Special Attention to Iron / Sera L. Young -- 6. The Discovery of Human Zinc Deficiency: A Reflective Journey Back in Time / Ananda S. Prasad -- 7. Geophagia and Human Nutrition / Peter Hooda and Jeya Henry -- 8. Consumption of Materials with Low Nutritional Value and Bioactive Properties: Non-human Primates vs Humans / Sabrina Krief -- 9. Lime as the Key Element: A 'Non-food' in Food for Subsistence / Ricardo Avila, Martin Tena and Peter Hubbard -- 10. Salt as a 'Non-food': To What Extent Do Gustatory Perceptions Determine Non-food vs Food Choices? / Claude Marcel Hladik -- 11. Non-food Food during Famine: The Athens Famine Survivor Project / Antonia-Leda Matalas and Louis E. Grivetti -- 12. Eating Garbage: Socially Marginal Food Provisioning Practices / Rachel Black -- 13. Eating Cat in the North of Spain in the Early Twentieth Century / R. Xavier Medina -- 14. Insects: Forgotten and Rediscovered as Food. Entomophagy among the Eipo, Highlands of West New Guinea, and in Other Traditional Societies / Wulf Schiefenhovel and Paul Blum -- 15. Eating Snot: Socially Unacceptable but Common. Why? / Maria Jesus Portalatin -- 16. Cannibalism: No Myth, but Why So Rare? / Helen Macbeth, Wulf Schiefenhovel and Paul Collinson -- 17. From Edible to Inedible: Social Construction, Family Socialisation and Upbringing / Luis Cantarero -- 18. The Use of Waste Products in the Fermentation of Alcoholic Beverages / Rodolfo Fernandez and Daria Deraga -- Afterword: Earthy Realism: Geophagia in Literature and Art / Jeremy MacClancy
Control code
000042383834
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
xiv, 242 p.
Isbn
9781845453534
Isbn Type
(hardback : alk. paper)
Lccn
2007043682
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  • (OCoLC)156834465

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