I'd like to do some reading on government-promoted (perhaps "sponsored") nutritional technologies of the self in the UK. Does anyone have any good references to recommend in this vein? (I'm most interested in a historical period starting around the 1960s ... but I'll gratefully take any recommendations you might have!) Thank you.
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"Eating for Health," a colorful kitchen chart produced by the Health Education Bureau in Dublin, Ireland, c. 1978. This copy courtesy of Nina Holmes and the National Library of Ireland, Ir 610 p17. See her related essay, "Eating for Health," in the H-Nutrition "What Should I Eat? Why?" series.
In 2017 The Recipes Project asked scholars on a variety of platforms--blogs, Instagram, roundtables, YouTube, H-Net--to answer the question, "What is a Recipe?" You can read H-Nutrition's answers here. This year their August thematic series revolved around HEAT! Their definition of a "recipe" was broad and included discussions of heat in theories of life, female conception, preparing painting materials, body odor, and of course cooking.
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