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Western Lit: ‘Unprocessed’ Follows One Person’s Effort to Eat Better—in an Era of Compromise

When 26-year-old Megan Kimble became intrigued by the idea of unprocessed eating, she wasn’t entirely sure what the term meant. After all, she writes, nearly all food is processed by the time we eat it—chopped, sautéed, fermented or folded into batter—“and often it is the better for it.” But she also knew that some of […]