" . . . The elite’s condescension about food is not always intentional, or even conscious, just the result of the fact that the food conversation primarily has been a bicoastal one, dominated by journalists, activists and chefs whose assumptions were that people everywhere wanted what they wanted—or, if they didn’t, that they could be educated to see that it was in their interest. This strategy didn’t work for the supporters of Hillary Clinton, and it was never going to work in the effort to change what we eat, one of the most mundane, yet intensely personal, decisions people make every day. . ."