The Omnivores Dilemma: A Natural History of Four Meals is a 2006 book by American author, Michael Pollan that takes readers through an enthralling expedition of the American food system. The basic question that Pollan tries to pose in this book is what people should essentially eat. To explore more on the modern food choices, Pollan divides his book into three parts that follow the particular food chains that sustains the human race. These are industrial food, pastoral food and the food that we normally store for ourselves (personal).
The second part of the book, which is the pastoral