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The book’s conclusion discusses how an inquiry into ideas and experiences of absorption allows food to be important to the story of metabolic illness, but disallows food’s exclusive reign as an end unto itself. Attention to food’s movements in and out of bodies and surroundings demonstrates how persons and food interrelate in ways besides instrumental eating. The implication of this analytic is a more nuanced way to witness how passages between organisms and environments do cultural, social, and political work. It is an entry point into techno-ethical questions such as “What counts as food and when does it mean life?”...

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