By Luis de Lezama Barañano

ISBN-10: 8415193610

ISBN-13: 9788415193616

«Soy clérigo y periodista. Ahora hasta párroco. Hago buenos sermones, aunque en realidad he terminado haciendo pasteles. Mejor aún, ni siquiera eso… Más bien hago que otros los hagan, ¡y muy bien hechos!
Mientras vosotros cocináis, acompañados de los consejos de nuestros habilidosos cooks que nos ilustran con sus recetas, os voy a contar algunas de las muchas anécdotas que han pasado por las mesas de los angeles Taberna del Alabardero.»
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Ever since, the history o f modern nutritionism has been a history o f macronutrients at war: protein against carbs; carbs against proteins, and then fats; fats against carbs. Beginning with Liebig, in each age nutritionism has organized most o f its energies around an imperial nutrient: protein in the nineteenth century, fat in the twentieth, and, it stands to reason, carbohy­ drates will occupy our attention in the twenty-first. Meanwhile, in the shadow o f these titanic struggles, smaller civil wars have raged within the sprawling empires o f the big three: refined carbohydrates versus fiber; animal protein versus plant protein; NUTRITIONISM DEFINED Oi saturated fats versus polyunsaturated fats; and then, deep down within the province o f the polyunsaturates, omega-3 fatty acids versus omega-6s.

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