Pandora's Lunchbox: How Processed Food Took Over the American Meal - Melanie Warner So... another book to torture myself with. Considering I spend all my time working, reading, making sure my kids are fed, and on the internet, how am I ever going to find the time to actually make my own food at home from scratch so I'm not killing us all?

I suppose the gist of the book wasn't *really* that everything is dangerous, but it was more "icky". And it left me with a feeling of desolation that science has mucked with food so much that it's barely even food anymore and most of it's not even really nutritious, regardless of what the marketing says. The descriptions of what happens to food before it's packaged for our consumption is mind boggling. I'm not naive enough to think I can rid myself of processed foods entirely, but I'm going to make a conscious effort to reduce my reliance on them.

There was so much information in this book that I'm listening to it a second time.

Edit: Second time was just as good as the first. Maybe better because it reinforced what I'd learned the first time and reminded me of things I heard the first time but maybe forgot or remembered incorrectly. Great information.