In his newest book, "In Defense of Food, An Eater’s Manifesto," Michael Pollan sets out to resolve the "Omnivore’s Dilemma," where if you ate industrially produced food you were killing the environment, if you ate industrial organic, you were doing slightly less harm, but the carbon impact of your consumption remains an environmental killer. You could hunt yourself, and become a killer or you could eat food produced on places like Polyface Farms— if you live near such a famed place. Reading The Omnivore’s Dilemma was like eating from the forbidden tree of knowledge, it brought an uncomfortable awareness to every meal. I wanted back into the Garden of Eatin’. An Eater’s Manifesto both raises awareness about how we got to a place where food needs to be defended and sets out an alternative path. His advice: "Eat food, not too much, mostly plants."