By Kevin M. Fitzpatrick, Don Willis
This ebook offers a great selection of interdisciplinary and foreign essays studying the food-place dating. It explores such subject matters because the heritage of nutrients and agriculture, the globalization and localization of nutrition, and the position of position in defining the wider societal effects of this ever-changing phenomena.
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Agriculture of Central American origin merged with agriculture of Andean origin by expanding southward, and with agriculture of North American origin by expanding northward. In this way, maize cultivation was introduced into the middle Mississippi basin by about 300 BCE. Until 900 CE, maize cultivation developed slowly because the maize was of a southern variety and hence ill-adapted to the local region. However, after 800 CE, a variety of maize that was better suited to the cooler local climate appeared.
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A Place-Based Perspective of Food in Society by Kevin M. Fitzpatrick, Don Willis