Reclaiming Our Food

Author: Tanya Denckla Cobb
Editor: Storey Publishing
ISBN: 1603427694
Size: 18,31 MB
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Reclaiming Our Food tells the stories of people across the United States who are finding new ways to grow, process, and distribute food for their own communities. Discover how abandoned urban lots have been turned into productive organic farms, how a family-run sustainable fish farm can stay local and be profitable, and how engaged communities are bringing fresh produce into school cafeterias. Through photographic essays and interviews with innovative food leaders, you’ll be inspired to get involved and help cultivate your own local food economy.

The Blue Ducks Real Food

Author: Darren Robertson
Editor: Plum
ISBN: 1743539789
Size: 19,99 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
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This is a specially formatted fixed layout ebook that retains the look and feel of the print book. Professional chefs, wannabe farmers and flavour seekers, Darren Roberston and Mark LaBrooy are passionate about growing, sourcing and making their own food. In this quirky and fresh take on cooking with wholefoods, Mark and Darren share more than 80 delicious recipes, based around whole grains, free-range meat, sustainable seafood, fresh vegetables and fruit, and nuts and seeds. All of their dishes are bursting with flavour, colour and goodness. The book also features a series of how-to sections, showing you how easy it is to create your own basics from scratch. Learn how to make yoghurt, flavoured vinegars and salts, smoked salmon, beef jerky and fermented veggies such as sauerkraut and kimchi. There's a comprehensive user's guide to grains, nuts and seeds, as well as sections on cooking with spices (you can't beat a good curry night!), using secondary cuts of meat in your recipes, simple ways to cook whole fish, preserving foods, cold-pressed juices etc.

You Can T Eat Electricity

Author: Tim Gore
Editor: Oxfam
ISBN: 1780773358
Size: 12,49 MB
Format: PDF, Docs
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Nutrition In Public Health

Author: Arlene Spark
Editor: CRC Press
ISBN: 1498766617
Size: 15,25 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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This second edition of a bestseller, Nutrition in Public Health: Principles, Policies, and Practice focuses on the role of the federal government in determining nutrition policy and influencing practice. Beginning with an overview of public health principles, the book examines the application of nutritional policy to dietary guidance, health promotion, and the practice of public health nutrition. Highlights of New Coverage in the Second Edition: Legislation such as Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010; Agricultural Act of 2014 (Farm Bill); and proposals for the next Farm Bill Discussions of study designs, the SEED-SCALE model for health promotion, health disparities and health equity, worksite wellness, Let’s Move!, and other initiatives Impact of the ACA on menu labeling policies, the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Act, and legislation regarding breastfeeding Examination of health disparities, demographic trends, and health literacy; sexual orientation, gender identity, and gender expression; and the role of social media in tailored health communications 2010 Dietary Guidelines with analysis of potential upcoming changes in 2015 Dietary Guidelines, Healthy Eating Index 2010, MyPlate, and Harvard Healthy Eating Plate Best Bones Forever! Campaign, text messaging for tailored health communication, and 4 Day Throw Away study assessing the use of social media for education regarding food safety The book explores the importance of nutrition as a component of the broad field of public health. The authors review the principles of public health nutrition, examining nutritional epidemiology and programs that deal with health disparities, weight control challenges, and the needs of special populations. The text addresses the practice of public health nutrition through tools for conducting a food and nutrition assessment of a community, designing and carrying out a social marketing campaign, and developing large and small grant proposals. Nutrition in Public Health provides an integrated view of nutrition needs and the policies and political mechanisms that affect the delivery of quality food and nutrition services. It gives students a thorough understanding of the federal government’s role in determining nutrition policy and influencing practice.

Harvest Field Notes From A Far Flung Pursuit Of Real Food

Author: Max Watman
Editor: W. W. Norton & Company
ISBN: 0393243168
Size: 11,25 MB
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Max Watman’s compulsively readable memoir of his dogged quest to craft meals from scratch. After an epiphany caused by a harrowing bite into a pink-slime burger, Max Watman resolves to hunt, fish, bake, butcher, preserve, and pickle. He buys a thousand-pound-steer—whom he names Bubbles—raises chickens, gardens, and works to transform his small-town home into a gastronomic paradise. In this compulsively readable memoir, Watman records his experiments and adventures as he tries to live closer to the land and the source of his food. A lively raconteur, Watman draws upon his youth in rural Virginia with foodie parents—locavores before that word existed—his time cooking in restaurants, and his love of the kitchen. Amid trial and experiment, there is bound to be heartbreak. Despite a class in cheese making from a local expert, his carefully crafted Camembert resembles a chalky hockey puck. Much worse, his beloved hens—"the girls," as he calls them—are methodically attacked by a varmint, and he falls into desperate measures to defend them. Finally, he loses track of where exactly Bubbles the steer is. Watman perseveres, and his story culminates in moments of redemption: a spectacular prairie sunset in North Dakota; watching 10,000 pheasants fly overhead; eating fritters of foraged periwinkles and seawater risotto; beachside with his son; a tub of homemade kimchi that snaps and crunches with fresh, lively flavor well after the last harvest. With infectious enthusiasm, Watman brings the reader to the furthest corners of culinary exploration. He learns that the value of living from scratch is in the trying. With a blend of down-home spirit and writing panache, he serves up a delectable taste of farm life—minus the farm.

Real Food Fermentation

Author: Alex Lewin
Editor: Quarry
ISBN: 1592537847
Size: 14,81 MB
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Fermentation is one of the earliest forms of natural food preservation, and without it, our beloved vegetables, fruits, grains, and milk would be heaps of moldy abundance after the harvest. Learn how to turn simple ingredients into health goldmines such as kimchi, sauerkraut, kefir, kombucha, and more in this flavorful book. Author and health strategist Alex Lewin empowers you with the tools, techniques, instructions, and delicious recipes to make all fermented foods at home in this essential book for your culinary library. Inside, you’ll find recipes for making coleslaws, preserved lemons, ceviche, vinegars, yogurt, and more. The science, art, and craft of fermenting foods are also explained in meaningful detail. Learn how to choose and prepare only the best, freshest ingredients for all your kitchen fermenting projects with Real Food Fermentation.

Real Food Power For Kids

Author: Di Skelly Heron
Editor:
ISBN: 9780975234211
Size: 20,18 MB
Format: PDF
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This amazing new book is a project book for parents and children to work together. Learning about healthy eating habits, experiencing real food through, stories, quizzes, projects, websites to visit and yummy easy to make recipes. All recipes are no dairy. no sugar. no wheat. 110 pages fully illustrated in a fun easy to read format Every page is a lesson - a fantastic learning aid - with its own website support.

Food Health

Author: Janet Chrzan
Editor: Berghahn Books
ISBN: 1785332929
Size: 11,76 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Nutritional Anthropology and public health research and programming have employed similar methodologies for decades; many anthropologists are public health practitioners while many public health practitioners have been trained as medical or biological anthropologists. Recognizing such professional connections, this volume provides in-depth analysis and comprehensive review of methods necessary to design, plan, implement and analyze public health programming using anthropological best practices. To illustrates the rationale for use of particular methods, each chapter elaborates a case study from the author's own work, showing why particular methods were adopted in each case.

Science Fair Projects

Author: Robert L. Bonnet
Editor: Sterling Publishing Company, Inc.
ISBN: 9780806977713
Size: 20,72 MB
Format: PDF, Kindle
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Presents projects and experiments covering chemical principles in sciences such as geology, electronics, environmental science, and health, with dozens of ideas for science fair chemistry projects.

Food Science And Society

Author: P.S. Belton
Editor: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9783540437437
Size: 19,95 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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There is widespread concern amongst consumers about the safety and acceptability of food, and there are clearly communication gaps between consumers, many food professionals and food industry. This book offers accounts of the two-way nature of this difficult communication process and steps that can be made to bridge these communication gaps in a variety of social and cultural environments. Individual chapters of the book analyze the roles of science, culture, and risk perception, and of mass media and attitudes towards eating. An additional section describes the interface between scientists and lay people with regard to policy-making and agricultural practice.