Pre-order is now open! Anticipated release: 1 October 2023.
A full-colour, lovingly crafted collection of recipes and tips that will help even the most frugal person think of new ways to reduce their food-related carbon footprint. Meanwhile, step-by-step instructions make this book suitable for even complete novices in the kitchen.
Recipes are organized in two ways: type of dish, and by ingredient. No more of the question, “What on Earth am I going to do with all this pumpkin?!” The handy index will give you several answers right away, and Mother Earth will thank you when you incorporate these resource-saving recipes into your day-to-day life.
The e-cookbook is fully downloadable in PDF format, and can be printed at home on either US Letter or A4 paper for your convenience. Please select the appropriate format when you add the cookbook to your cart.
It wouldn’t be much of a cookbook without recipes, would it? There are tons of them, organized in various ways. It will be indexed both by type of dish and by ingredient, so that if you have something in particular left over, you can find a number of ways to use it up. You’re welcome.
Traditional food production
Some of the dishes and methods of food preservation in the cookbook are a throwback to simpler times, when refrigeration wasn’t constantly at our fingertips, for example. You’ll gain insight into traditional ways of preparing food and getting the most out of the parts of food that are sometimes considered trash.
Lots of us are at different spots in our zero food waste journey, and this book aims to give even seasoned tree-huggers some ideas about where they can reduce their food waste even further. A full section of the book is dedicated to scenarios that will be familiar to most people, where food waste reduction strategies are fleshed out as examples of best practices.