The mundane title and cover art of Lisa Jervis' slim treatise belies the contents of her manual for being at home in the kitchen. The author guides the reader on a path to cook and eat animal-free recipes without a guilty conscience and without spending lots of money. A cook with a social conscience, Ms Jervis strives to inspire both the new and experienced cook. Check out Cook Food for a fun guide to healthy, local and responsible eating.
Other titles in our cookbook collection include:
The conscious kitchen : the new way to buy and cook food - to protect the Earth, improve your health and eat deliciously by Alexandra Zissu.
Super natural every day : well-loved recipes from my natural foods kitchen by Heidi Swanson.
Super natural cooking : five ways to incorporate whole and natural foods into your cooking by Heidi Swanson.
The 150 healthiest 15-minute recipes on earth : the surprising, unbiased truth about how to make the most deliciously nutritious meals at home - in just minutes a day by Jonny Bowden and Jeannette Lee Bessinger.
Wildly Affordable Organic : eat fabulous food, get healthy, and save the planet - all on $5 a day or less by Linda Watson.
What are your favorite titles? We look forward to hearing from you!