Food Tank recently shared a list of 13 farm and food books ripe for summer reading. Of their recommendations, 5 rest comfortably atop my way-too-long reading list. Read on…
Want to be more resilient in the face of hard times? Interested in embracing a simpler, and truly more abundant reality? Then a new book, Making Home: Adapting Our Homes and Our [ … ]
Like any revolution, dietary change depends on two things: knowledge and action. Use these books and documentaries to arm yourself with knowledge, if you’re ready to leave the standard American diet behind. A healthier, more sustainable, and more ethical table awaits!
Incorporating more raw foods into our diets is a great way to get more vitamins, nutrients, and energy from many of the foods that we eat. The trouble with raw food is that for many, it seems inaccessible. Jens Casupei and Vibeke Kaupert are looking to change that with their new book, The Art of Raw Food, and they’re generously offering up a copy to one lucky Eat Drink Better reader!
What’s a locavore to do in the bleak winter? Besides raid the freezer for the last of the pesto and soups and frozen berries?
Turns out, there are a few ways to beat the barren winter and eat well.
If you’re looking for food-related books to read (and cook out of) this winter, here are some of my recommendations. Please share your favorite foodie reads as a comment!
Last week Hank Shaw posted this piece on The Atlantic Food Channel about his favorite books for foragers. It’s an excellent list of must-reads for anyone interested in wild edible [ … ]
We come from the earth, we return to the earth, and in between we garden. Anonymous Since we moved into our current home, we haven’t developed a serious vegetable garden. [ … ]
Editor’s note: Veganism certainly isn’t the only choice available for people looking to green their plates; however, if you decide that you’d like to forgo animal products, you need a [ … ]