Sept. 2017 - Bread Wine and Chocolate

9/13/17 #AgBookClub Recap

Miss the #AgBookClub chat this week? No worries, we’ve compiled a summary of the chat to prepare you for next week!

Week 2 of Bread, Wine and Chocolate covered pages 83 – 134, which was all about chocolate and cacao production. Below are several responses that we thought summed up the chat well, covered themes, or contained thought-provoking questions or comments (limited to 140 characters, of course).

Feel free to chime in with your thoughts in the comments section of this post or on Twitter (clicking the date at the bottom of each tweet will take you directly to that tweet on Twitter’s website). You can see the full conversation by searching “#AgBookClub” on Twitter.

Q1: What’s one thing that jumped out at you in this selection? Any key takeaways you’d like to share?

 

Q2: What have you liked so far about this reading selection? The book in general?

 

Q3: What have you disliked so far about the reading selection? The book in general?

 

Q4: Pre-BWC, did you know where chocolate comes from? Are there any other foods you don’t know the origin (ingred, where, how)?

 

Q5: How can we make the case to grow anything other than what’s most abundant if there’s no compelling financial reason? [p.121]

 

Q6: Simran talks about chocolate as a solitary joy. Do you share chocolate (or other comfort foods)? Why?

 

Q7: Any last minute thoughts on the book? Feedback for your hosts?

 

Week 3’s assignment is to read pages 135 – 231 of Bread, Wine & Chocolate (view the full schedule here). The #AgBookClub Twitter chat takes place Wednesdays at 8pm CT.

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