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Books are shelved by subject, so if you find a good book be sure to browse the titles of the books nearby; you never know what gems you'll find.


Although not full text, a bibliography might just include a reference to the perfect book or journal for your paper.

  • Melting pot : an annotated bibliography and guide to food and nutrition information for ethnic groups in America
     2 NORTH Reference 
    TXZ 7914 .F63 N48 1986 
  • Food--custom and nurture: an annotated bibliography on sociocultural and biocultural aspects of nutrition
     4 NORTH
    TXZ 5775 .F7 W45 c.3

Online Reference

If you are unfamiliar with a topic, it is often best to start with an encyclopedia, or reference book to gain a basic understaning of your topic as well as terminology used in the field.


These books are not online, but they should be on the shelves. They are a great place to get started.
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