The Considered Table

A blog about food and society

The Free Market and Food Security

The mid-1500s were a time of confidence, of hope that minds like Leonard da Vinci's would deliver brilliant technologies to create a society independent of divine whim or environmental caprice. But then, at the birth of the modern world, something went wrong with the food system. Read More

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Andrew Rimas is the managing editor of The Improper Bostonian magazine. Along with Evan D.G. Fraser, they are the authors of Empires of Food and Beef.


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