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Just in case last month's Slow Food Nation fest was somehow drifting from your consciousness, Michael Pollan pens an epic piece (i.e., really, really long) in the Times Magazine's annual food issue about the politics of food and how the next president must address the food crisis to solve the rest of the country's problems. How to do it: put the US food system "back on a diet of contemporary sunshine." [NYT]