Friday, September 9, 2011

Cook Food : a manifesto for easy, healthy, local eating

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!


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