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In the Bookshed: The Natural Kitchen

Out of Process Media’s Self-reliance series (aka urban homesteader collection) comes The Natural Kitchen: Your Guide to the Sustainable Food Revolution by Deborah Eden Tull. Just released at the end of September, this book gives deep insight into creating a mindful and green kitchen:… Continue Reading “In the Bookshed: The Natural Kitchen”

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Eating and Tweeting – Some cooking fun.

I feel slightly ashamed for not knowing about this very cool new cookbook coming out since the person behind it is someone I used to know in Vancouver – but nevertheless I wanted to share both the concept and the Eat Tweet Faves for… Continue Reading “Eating and Tweeting – Some cooking fun.”

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In the Bookshed: Keeping the Harvest

Now that it’s food-storage season (so quick! where did the summer go?) I am once again reaching for canning, preserving, drying advice in the form of this most excellent book, first published in 1990: Keeping the Harvest. I picked this up several years ago… Continue Reading “In the Bookshed: Keeping the Harvest”

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In the Bookshed: Independence Days

Independence Days | Sharon Astyk I should warn you upfront that no sooner was I done this book, that I started clearing a corner of my basement for long-term food storage. Not necessarily because Sharon Astyk makes a compelling case for the end of… Continue Reading “In the Bookshed: Independence Days”

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