A quote from the beginning of a book called 'Geographies of Food'
There is nothing more geographical than food. Eating connects us to the land, to animals, to technologies and virtual space, to ecological processes, and to other people both near and far, in multiple places and spaces and across multiple scales. It connects us into relationships of power, politics, and identity, questions of agency and structure, relations of inequality and (in)justice, and feelings of despair and hope.
Image: Alan Parkinson, shared under CC license.