The Plant Based Dog Food Revolution With 50 Recipes

Author: Mimi Kirk
Editor: The Countryman Press
ISBN: 1682682722
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Plant- based dog food is the latest revolution in caring for our tail- wagging friends Eating organic, quality food has become a major priority in promoting healthy lifestyles of many humans, which begs the question—why don’t we apply this same practice to feeding our dogs? Commercial dog food is full of additives, fillers, and other processed ingredients which can have negative impacts on a dog’s overall health. From mother-daughter duo Mimi and Lisa Kirk comes this eye-opening guide to feeding dogs a healthy, plant-based diet made of ingredients that are not only pet safe, but also human grade. Lentils, sweet potatoes, quinoa, kale, herbs and spices—all of these healthy human favorites have their place in the dog bowl! With dozens of Fido- approved recipes, The Plant-Based Dog Food Diet provides quick and easy basic meals and treats, an overview of what dogs need to stay healthy, and tips on food prep and storage.

The Real Food Revolution

Author: Tim Ryan
Editor: Hay House Incorporated
ISBN: 1401946402
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"Today a buck gets you a quick burger (or two), but what's the real cost of that meal? The rates of chronic disease--specifically diseases like diabetes, caused by our lifestyles--have grown exponentially in recent years, edging medical expenses ever higher while threatening to give America its first generation to actually live shorter lives than their parents. Unfortunately finding good nutrition is no walk in the park, with more and more Americans living in cities, far from a farmer's field. To overcome distance and undercut price, we rely on industry to put dinner on the table--yet this system has valued efficiency and short-term profits over our own health and the health of our environment. So how do we keep America thriving? Congressman Tim Ryan may have a soft spot for chicken wings and ice cream, but he also knows the joy of farm-fresh produce and the feel of soil between his fingers. Here he presents easy, actionable steps that anyone can take, from starting an herb garden on your windowsill to helping implement food education in your child's school to petitioning your elected officials. Ryan also introduces some of the current food revolutionaries, who are shining examples of people who saw a problem with how we think about food today, rolled up their sleeves, and raised a crop of positive change. The commonsense ideas in these pages come big (replacing dilapidated neighborhoods with farms) and small (sitting down for a fresh, healthy meal with your family), and each will help you improve the quality of life for you and future generations"--

Inside The California Food Revolution

Author: Joyce Goldstein
Editor: Univ of California Press
ISBN: 0520956702
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In this authoritative and immensely readable insider’s account, celebrated cookbook author and former chef Joyce Goldstein traces the development of California cuisine from its formative years in the 1970s to 2000, when farm-to-table, foraging, and fusion cooking had become part of the national vocabulary. Interviews with almost two hundred chefs, purveyors, artisans, winemakers, and food writers bring to life an approach to cooking grounded in passion, bold innovation, and a dedication to "flavor first." Goldstein explains how the counterculture movement in the West gave rise to a restaurant culture characterized by open kitchens, women in leadership positions, and a surprising number of chefs and artisanal food producers who lacked formal training. The new cuisine challenged the conventional kitchen hierarchy and French dominance in fine dining, leading to a more egalitarian and informal food scene. In weaving Goldstein’s views on California food culture with profiles of those who played a part in its development—from Alice Waters to Bill Niman to Wolfgang Puck—Inside the California Food Revolution demonstrates that, while fresh produce and locally sourced ingredients are iconic in California, what transforms these elements into a unique cuisine is a distinctly Western culture of openness, creativity, and collaboration. Engagingly written and full of captivating anecdotes, this book shows how the inspirations that emerged in California went on to transform the experience of eating throughout the United States and the world.

The Urban Food Revolution

Author: Peter Ladner
Editor: New Society Publishers
ISBN: 1550924885
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Our reliance on industrial agriculture has resulted in a food supply riddled with hidden environmental, economic, and health care costs and beset by rising food prices. With only a handful of corporations responsible for the lion’s share of the food on our supermarket shelves, we are incredibly vulnerable to supply chain disruption. The Urban Food Revolution provides a recipe for community food security based on leading innovations across North America. The author draws on his political and business experience to show that we have all the necessary ingredients to ensure that local, fresh sustainable food is affordable and widely available. He describes how cities are bringing food production home by: *Growing community through neighborhood gardening, cooking, and composting programs *Rebuilding local food processing, storage, and distribution systems *Investing in farmers markets and community supported agriculture *Reducing obesity through local fresh food initiatives in schools, colleges, and universities *Ending inner-city food deserts Producing food locally makes people healthier, alleviates poverty, creates jobs, and makes cities safer and more beautiful. The Urban Food Revolution is an essential resource for anyone who has lost confidence in the global industrial food system and wants practical advice on how to join the local food revolution. Peter Ladner has served two terms as a Vancouver City Councilor. With more than thirty-five years of journalistic experience, he is a frequent speaker on community issues and has a special interest in the intersection of food policy and city planning.

Agricultural Index

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Quick Frozen Foods

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Bibliography Of Agriculture With Subject Index

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Indian Food Packer

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Ecology And Revolution

Author: C. Boggs
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 1137282266
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Ecology and Revolution: Global Crisis and the Political Challenge is an in-depth exploration and analysis of the global ecological crisis (going far beyond the issue of global warming) in the larger context of historical conditions and political options shaped by the failure (and incapacity) of the existing political system to adequately confront the crisis.

Nutritional Adaptation To New Life Styles

Author: Johann Carl Somogyi
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Bibliography Of Agriculture

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From Democratic Socialism To Neo Liberalism

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The Biochemical Machine 2

Author: Eleonora De Lennart
Editor: Big Apple Vision Pub Incorporated
ISBN: 9780972432788
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The World Food Crisis

Author: Herbert L. Marx
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Articles, addresses, and excerpts from books explore the world's food crisis, means of increasing food supply, interrelation between population and food supply, and the role of the United States and United Nations with special reference to the 1974 World Food Conference.

Animal Production Food Safety Challenges In Global Markets

Author: S. A. Slorach
Editor: Office International Des Epizooties
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Description des dangers susceptibles de survenir dans les élevages et pouvant menacer la sécurité sanitaire des aliments d'origine animale (maladies infectieuses, résidus de médicaments ...). Présentation des politiques et des mesures de sécurité sanitaire, des responsabilités des services vétérinaires et du renforcement de l'investissement public.

A Bibliography Especially Prepared For Hotel And Restaurant Admin And Related Subjects

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Great British Food Revival The Revolution Continues

Author: Blanche Vaughan
Editor: Hachette UK
ISBN: 0297867679
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16 celebrated chefs create mouth-watering recipes with the UK's finest ingredients Great British Food Revival is back to champion more of Britain's unique produce and delicious ingredients. Essential varieties and breeds that have been here for centuries are in danger of disappearing, forever. Under threat from tasteless foreign invaders, market forces and food fashion, produce that has been part of our national food heritage could die out within a generation. So together, sixteen of our most celebrated and talented chefs have created delicious recipes to bring our native breeds and varieties back from the brink. Using only the best of ingredients, this collection of recipes will inspire home cooks to buy British and support our unique food heritage.