Book by Oppenheimer, Vickie
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In 1991 she wrote "On the Nature of Food", now in its second edition. She continued her research on food, following a trail that led her to the Near East, Europe, Asia and Africa. The introduction of New World foods to Europe during the 16th and 17th centuries saved millions of people from starvation and enormously increased the entire world's food resources and tremendous population growth. "The Taste Makers" tells this dramatic story.
Vicki now lives in Naples, Florida. She is still vitally interested in world politics, education and, of course, food.
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Book Description Florida Literary Foundation, Sarasota, Florida, U.S.A., 2003. Soft Cover. Book Condition: Fine. No Jacket. Mona Luisa Diogo (illustrator). First Edition. This is a signed and inscribed on copyright page, soft cover, first edition of The Taste Makersw: How New World Foods Came to Old World Kitchens by Vicki Oppenheimer and illustrated by Mona Luisa Diogo. The author inscribed the book"To Barbara Good wishes Vicki Oppenheimer". The book published in 2003 by Florida Literay Foundation Press and Milpah Press is in fine condition without dustjacket as published . 169 pages. ISBN 097227071X. Signed by Author. Bookseller Inventory # 001948
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