Meat in the human diet: An anthropological perspective
This section introduces meat in the context of the Australian diet. The reviews draw on knowledge from a range of sources and put forward perspectives on how meat has taken its place in the Australian cuisine over time. Mann and Tapsell refer to the scientific literature to present views on meat in the diet from a perspective of evolutionary development and food habits, respectively. Dang provides a personal commentary based on observations from 30 years of qualitative research associated with the food industry
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