30 Easy Ways To Join The Food Revolution

Author: Ollie Hunter
Editor: Pavilion Books
ISBN: 1911663224
Size: 16,63 MB
Format: PDF
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30 Easy Ways to Join the Food Revolution is the first book of its kind to present sustainable eating with a failsafe 30-way recipe plan for readers to follow and cook from. Based on the simple principle that local ingredients equal the lowest possible carbon footprint, Ollie Hunter endeavours to eat sustainable, desirable and delicious food. Organised into four main chapters: Zero Waste, Organic and Seasonal, 50% of Produce within 30 Miles and What is Sustainability? the straightforward meal plan covers breakfast, lunch and dinner. From fresh soda bread and perfectly prepared scrambled eggs to zingy tomato and raspberry salad and a homemade paprika bean stew, you’ll discover that maximum sustainability can also mean maximum flavour. The plan is packed with inspiration from international cuisines without the environmentally damaging air miles. And Ollie encourages you to stock your own store cupboard of homegrown/made international ingredients like ripe tomatoes, paprika, ketchup, vinegars and oils. With an introduction outlining the globally endorsed guidelines, infographic breakdowns giving advice on how to make the most of seasonal produce, and savvy solutions for leftovers and offcuts with ideas for creams, stocks and soups, it couldn’t be easier to eat tasty, healthy, reasonably priced meals. With Ollie’s clever, ethical approach you can care for the environment and make sustainable eating a pleasure.

The Sustainable Library S Cookbook

Author: Gary L. Shaffer
Editor:
ISBN: 9780838946589
Size: 19,83 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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"In 2019, the American Library Association added sustainability to its Core Values of Librarianship to foster community awareness and engagement on climate change, resilience, environmental impact, and a sustainable future. The Sustainable Library's Cookbook collects a series of engaging activities for academic libraries interested in implementing sustainability practices in three different areas: Applying Sustainability Thinking and Development. Recipes are focused on applying sustainable thinking processes to library functions and services, including open educational resources, seed libraries, and reusable supplies and resources. Teaching, Learning, and Research Services. This section contains lesson plans, learning guides, research activities, and projects that focus on sustainability in disciplinary and interdisciplinary approaches, from STEM data literacy to campus sustainability projects to Indigenous environmental justice. Community Engagement, Outreach, and Partnerships. Recipes emphasize how community partnerships and outreach can be effective ways to inform and foster sustainability practices in the library and beyond, including environmental movie nights, bike-lending programs, and ideas for sustainable fashion. Many of these recipes include learning outcomes and goals from ACRL's Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education, disciplinary focuses, and the United Nations' 2030 Sustainable Development Goals. This cookbook provides librarians with a series of best and effective practices, case studies, and approaches to support sustainability efforts in the library and collaboratively across campus"--

The Sustainable Table Cookbook

Author: Cassandra Duncan
Editor:
ISBN: 9780980870107
Size: 15,28 MB
Format: PDF
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Simply Organic

Author: Jesse Ziff Cool
Editor: Chronicle Books
ISBN: 9780811872737
Size: 15,19 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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The world is changing, and along with it, so must our eating habits. Author and restaurateur Jesse Ziff Cool has compiled over 30 years of knowledge about organic, local, and sustainable food into one magnificent cookbook, including indispensable elements of her earlier cookbook, Your Organic Kitchen, which is now out of print. With 150 enticing recipes, Simply Organic encourages home cooks to embrace organics as a lifestyle rather than a fad. Cool organizes her chapters seasonally to ensure that the freshest, ripest ingredients enhance the flavors of dishes like Filet Mignon with Smashed Potatoes and Leek Sauce in early spring to Pumpkin Raisin Bread Pudding in autumn. Inspiring profiles on farmers and producers reveal how these individuals are working to create a sustainable future every day.

The Minnesota Homegrown Cookbook

Author: Tim King
Editor: Voyageur Press
ISBN: 1616739517
Size: 16,21 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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This photography rich book is a love song for local food. Through narrating the stories of 31 Minnesota chefs and restaurants, the Minnesota Homegrown Cookbook offers 100 recipes that celebrate cooking with local, sustainably grown food. The passion of these chefs, and the farmers they work with, sings throughout the pages. This cookbook combines rich traditions and delightful innovations. The mouth-watering fare of world-class bed-and-breakfasts is here, alongside the saucy mix of cultural cuisines from kitchens at the Twin Cities’ Café Brenda, Spoon River, Lucia’s, Heartland, and the delectable slow cooking of eateries like the New Scenic Café in Two Harbors and Minwanjige Café in Strawberry Lake. Mixing the familiar comfort food of Minnesota’s roots in the culture of Northern Europe with the fine new flavors of world cuisine, these recipes comprise a travel guide through Minnesota, with illustrated profiles of chefs and farmers, of food and farms. The Minnesota Homegrown Cookbook is the newest release from Renewing the Countryside (RTC), a Minnesota-based non-profit organization that champions the positive stories of rural revitalization. In additional to developing books, RTC produces educational programming around local foods and sustainable agriculture including the Local Food Hero radio show, the Healthy Local Foods exhibit at the State Fair’s EcoExperience and Green Routes, a sustainable tourism initiative.

The Sustainable Diet

Author: Scott Gooding
Editor: Hachette UK
ISBN: 0733643094
Size: 16,81 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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A practical guide to a healthy planet and a healthy YOU. The latest research indicates that it is possible to be healthy and eat in a way that is environmentally friendly. A sustainable diet is naturally low in carbs and high in nutrient-dense foods that are farmed in a way that has a low impact on our planet. Packed with information on the latest ethical eating practices and the science of how to nourish your body best, this book is much more than a diet - it's a way of life. Containing over 100 recipes that are good for you AND the environment, The Sustainable Diet is a step-by-step way to celebrate our planet and promote optimal health.

Stacy Lyn S Harvest Cookbook

Author: Stacy Lyn Harris
Editor: Gray Forest Publishing
ISBN: 9780983879930
Size: 14,49 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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Featuring full-color photos, Stacy Lyn's Harvest Cookbook includes more than 100 field- and farm-to- table recipes that meet her three-part criteria: family friendly (easy, with simple ingredients), fresh, and tasty. There are cherished family recipes, free-range meat and lighter takes on decidedly southern classics--all prepared simply, in the freshest way possible. The book covers food from the garden, pasture, woods, and water along with 15 "how to" articles sprinkled throughout the book offering steps for cooking and eating sustainably in any setting.

The Tinned Fish Cookbook

Author: Bart van Olphen
Editor: The Experiment
ISBN: 1615196757
Size: 15,12 MB
Format: PDF
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“Bart van Olphen elevates canned tuna to the heights of deliciousness.”—The New York Times Scrumptious recipes for tuna, mackerel, herring, and more—so tasty, you won't believe it's from a can! Quick: What ingredient is delicious, sustainable, easy to store, and adds protein and healthy fats to any dish? Why, it’s tinned fish, of course! Whether you’re a seafood lover or a home cook craving something new, The Tinned Fish Cookbook is for you. Sustainable fishing advocate Bart van Olphen shines a light on the superstar potential of canned tuna, salmon, anchovies, and more, with recipes that are ready in a jiff. Here are hearty mains from Tuna Lasagna to Mackerel and Potato Frittata, fresh salads like the classic Niçoise Salad and crisp Crab and Fennel Watercress Salad, and creative takes on normally less-fishy fare, such as Anchovy Dumplings, Salmon Pizza, and Quinoa Tabbouleh with Sardines. The possibilities are endless—and the photos by David Loftus are irresistible. What’s more, Bart dives into the wonders of modern fishing and canning, helping you recognize eco-friendly fish, so you can enjoy your ocean-to-plate meal with confidence. There’s more to tinned fish than ever before!

Land Use Planning For Sustainable Development

Author: Jane Silberstein, M.A.
Editor: CRC Press
ISBN: 9781566703253
Size: 14,42 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Is the doomsday scenario inevitable? With our increasingly diminishing natural habitat and other natural resources, it seems that we are headed in that direction. After centuries of patchwork land planning, out-of-scale development and cookbook methods, it is clear that we need a better way. Authors Silberstein and Maser explore a different scenario in Land-Use Planning for Sustainable Development. The authors review the foundations of current land use practices from historical, constitutional, economic, ecological, and societal perspectives. They analyze the results of these practices and suggest alternative methods for guiding, directing, and controlling the ways in which we modify the landscape. They make the case that we-as humans-have the capacity for community with all life and can ultimately embrace the notion that individual well-being is wrapped up in the well-being of the whole, and that social change can occur before major disasters require it. This is the first book to incorporate land-use planning with sustainability. The authors offer a perspective that opens a range of possibilities for changing current methods. They tackle the difficult dilemma of creating consensus among people-tapping the powers of mind, intuition, and experience in developing a sustainable community. Using sustainability as a framework, Silberstein and Maser present the underlying concepts of sustainable land-use planning. With Land-Use Planning for Sustainable Development, you will discover an array of ideas for modifying conventional planning for and regulation of the development of land.

Australian Fish And Seafood Cookbook

Author: John Susman
Editor: Allen & Unwin
ISBN: 174343734X
Size: 10,18 MB
Format: PDF, ePub
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Written by the most respected authorities on seafood in the country, this landmark publication contains all you need to know about selecting and preparing over 60 types of fish and seafood, including catching methods, notes on sustainability, flavour profiles and cooking guidelines. More than 130 recipes showcase the delicious potential of the vast array of seafood available, and clear step-by-step photography illustrating the key techniques takes all the guesswork out of cooking seafood at home. Accompanied throughout by striking imagery, this important book is as beautiful as it is informative, and will become the benchmark reference for anyone interested in cooking and eating fish and seafood. 'The bible for seafood. The only book you'll ever need on the topic.' Neil Perry 'A book Australia not only wants, but needs, written by the only people in the country truly equipped to tackle the task. Essential.' John Lethlean