This encyclopedia is part of Cambridge Histories Online.
Click on the above link and then search on Cambridge World History of Food:
It will come up in two parts. Start by selecting part 1, then use the "Search in this book" box to search for your topic within the book. Repeat for part 2 of the encyclopedia if desired.
TIP: Encyclopedia articles can help you get started on your topic by providing background or an overview and context on your topic. They are not research resources, though they may summarize research on a topic. Use them for background and for references to other sources, but don't quote them in your paper. This is as true for library resources as it is for Wikipedia.
The library has many online encyclopedias and dictionaries. The following are two broad collections of reference resources:
Then select Article Databases by Subject A-Z. Select a subject from the drop-down list. The recommended databases for that subject area will display. From the "Choose Resource Type" drop-down, select Dictionaries & Encyclopedias.
The list of relevant encyclopedias will appear:
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