[Pollan was] talking about the power of cooking when it comes to politics. And he said he is finding that a lot of people who are interviewing him are getting kind of nudgy about, you know, ‘I don’t cook,’ and I realized for the longest time I’ve felt that not every one of us were meant to do everything. Can you imagine anything worse than having to do something you really despise; doing it for a group of people who could be terribly disappointed in it; doing it with materials that change from moment to moment and day to day. They’re very precarious, and every night at the time of day you’re most vulnerable? Your blood sugar is low, you’re exhausted, and you have to cook for the family. -Lynne Rosetto Kasper

[Pollan was] talking about the power of cooking when it comes to politics. And he said he is finding that a lot of people who are interviewing him are getting kind of nudgy about, you know, ‘I don’t cook,’ and I realized for the longest time I’ve felt that not every one of us were meant to do everything. Can you imagine anything worse than having to do something you really despise; doing it for a group of people who could be terribly disappointed in it; doing it with materials that change from moment to moment and day to day. They’re very precarious, and every night at the time of day you’re most vulnerable? Your blood sugar is low, you’re exhausted, and you have to cook for the family. -Lynne Rosetto Kasper

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