13 August 2017

Book Review: Catching Fire: How Cooking Made Us Human By Richard Wrangham

Catching Fire: How Cooking Made Us Human
By Richard Wrangham

This book was suggested to us by our daughter after our recent review of The Genetics of Health. She thought, if we liked that book, we would like Catching Fire: How Cooking Made Us Human by Richard Wrangham.

This book is very well-researched. It is packed with information that the average person will find very interesting and eye opening. We give it all five stars.

Many college students will be assigned Catching Fire and will probably relegate it to the “Read it Later” pile. They may even put it in the “Too long, didn’t read” pile. They will be missing out on a lot of interesting reading.

We suggest that anyone who wants to know more about how diet evolved, how nutritionists determine how many calories are in food, or how we got certain gender roles when it comes to household duties, read this book.  You will be glad you did.

Our daughter had Catching Fire in her personal library. It had been required reading at her university.

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