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eBook Liquid Bread: Beer and Brewing in Cross-Cultural Perspective (Anthropology of Food Nutrition) ePub

by Wulf Schiefenhövel,Helen Macbeth

  • ISBN: 0857452150
  • Category: Beverages and Wine
  • Subcategory: Cooking
  • Author: Wulf Schiefenhövel,Helen Macbeth
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Berghahn Books; 1 edition (May 1, 2011)
  • Pages: 264
  • ePub book: 1154 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1681 kb
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  • Rating: 4.8
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Liquid Bread: Beer and B. It contains well written studies of a beverage that has become a staple in many cultures, including those of the German-speaking peoples.

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Wulf Schiefenhövel and Helen Macbeth . Beer and beer brewing have been part of cultural activities from its recorded advent about 4,000 bc in Mesopotamia (Nelson 2005). Much more difficult to identify for the purpose of discussion is the question of Germany. Germany has, except for very short periods of her history, never been a united, centrally governed country. Chapter 16 brewing sorghum beer in burkina faso: a study in food technology from the perspective of anthropological linguistics.

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This book is the first multidisciplinary, cross-cultural collection about beer. By 3000 . beer were closely allied arts. It explores the brewing processes used in antiquity and in traditional societies; the social and symbolic roles of beer-drinking; the beliefs and activities associated with it; the health-promoting effects as well as the health-damaging risks; and analyses the modern role of large multinational companies, which own many of the breweries, and the marketing techniques that they employ. It explores the brewing processes used in antiquity and in traditional societies; the social and symbolic roles of beer-drinking; the beliefs and activities associated with it; the health-promoting effects as well as the health-damaging risks; and analyses the modern role of large multinational companies, which own many of the breweries, and the marketing techniques that they employ

Anthropology of food and nutrition; v. This book is the first multidisciplinary, cross-cultural collection about beer. Assembling perspectives on beer, Wulf Schiefenhövel and Helen Macbeth - Natural ingestion of ethanol by animals : why? /

Anthropology of food and nutrition; v. 7. Physical Details. Assembling perspectives on beer, Wulf Schiefenhövel and Helen Macbeth - Natural ingestion of ethanol by animals : why? /

This book is the first multidisciplinary, cross-cultural collection about beer

This book is the first multidisciplinary, cross-cultural collection about beer.

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Wulf Schiefenhovel, Helen M. Macbeth. Beer is an ancient alcoholic drink which, although produced through a more complex process than wine, was developed by a wide range of cultures to become internationally popular.

Beer is an ancient alcoholic drink which, although produced through a more complex process than wine, was developed by a wide range of cultures to become internationally popular. This book is the first multidisciplinary, cross-cultural collection about beer. It explores the brewing processes used in antiquity and in traditional societies; the social and symbolic roles of beer-drinking; the beliefs and activities associated with it; the health-promoting effects as well as the health-damaging risks; and analyses the modern role of large multinational companies, which own many of the breweries, and the marketing techniques that they employ.