Michael Pollan has a new book out about how he's learned to cook. To hear him speak, you'd think that he'd discovered a long-lost art, that no one cooks anymore and there's no cooking curriculum in schools. Is he as right as he thinks? Are there data? And what about the coed middle school "family and consumer science" classes that seem to have replaced all-girls "home ec."??
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