The Planet-Friendly Kitchen

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Format: Hardcover
Pub. Date: 2021-06-15
Publisher(s): Summersdale
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Summary

This beautiful gift book sets out in a clear and simple way what makes certain foods more or less environmentally friendly, in terms of water, land and energy use as well as other considerations. Contains 30 recipes and lots of helpful stats and advice for working out which foods are sustainable depending on where you live and your lifestyle

We all have the power to make a difference

We know our planet's resources are stretched to the limits. We know that without significant changes to our diets and shopping habits, nature will continue to suffer. But sometimes it feels like we're bombarded with mixed messages, and it can be hard to work out which foods are truly eco-friendly. This book sets out the facts in a clear and straightforward way, helping you to make informed choices about environmentally conscious ways to shop, the products to avoid, the best foods to buy, and sustainable ways to prepare them.

With over 30 delicious recipes that you, and the earth, will love, The Planet-Friendly Cookbook contains all the tips and advice you need to start making small changes that have big impacts. The choices we make can help create a kinder way of feeding the world, and will preserve our beautiful planet for many generations to come.

Author Biography

Karen Edwardsis a writer from London, who specializes in travel and lifestyle. She has written extensively on sustainable living, ethical tourism and emotional well-being for national and international publications including Hello, Metro, Daily Mirror, Sunday Times, Grazia and In the Moment. Karen inherited her love for the planet from her parents, Shirley and Ramraj. She currently lives between London and South Australia with her marine biologist fiancé, Brad.

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