Over 100 recipes for real good food, that just happens to be good for you and the planet.
This book is full of practical steps and advice that can help push you towards living and eating more sustainably. Gizzi Erskine investigates the real carbon footprint of food and looks at the reality of what we need to support our environment, our agricultural industry and bodies. She uses this information to create accessible and attainable recipes for readers.
Using the principles of eating seasonally, less meat and more plants, eating root-to-shoot or nose-to-tail, and using clever techniques to maximize flavor, Gizzi gives us recipes that don’t compromise on flavor or satisfaction, but which are better for us, and the planet. Thoughtful, insightful, but above all a delicious collection of recipes that show how good food doesn’t have to cost the earth.
This is very much a handbook on how to shop, eat and cook, full of recipes that are a celebration of life.
Hardcover book, 256 pages, dimensions are 7.7 x 9.9 inches.