The Edible Salad Garden

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Periplus Editions, 1999 - Cooking - 106 pages
2 Reviews
Grow your favorite salad greens and vegetables--from a wide variety of lettuces to more unusual ingredients like chicory and edible pods--then prepare them using delicious and unique recipes. Creasy interviews Shepherd Ogden of the Cook's Garden Seed Company.

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User Review  - FHC - LibraryThing

excellent detailed information. great step by step for growing varieties of sprouts and edible green leafy veggies. i particularly loved the guide to edible flowers ... gorgeous photography to illustrate! Read full review

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User Review  - Ann - Goodreads

I enjoy all of the rosialnd Creasy books on edible gardens, but I think this is the best of them. Her books take us back to the French jardiniere. Her pictures illustrate just how beautiful greens are. Read full review

Contents

Encyclopedia of Salad Greens page
23
Favorite Salad Recipes page
57
Feta Cheese
82
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About the author (1999)

During the 1975 California drought, Robert Kourik created a primitive drip system, and since then he has continued to innovate using the latest technologies. He has written 10 instructional books advocating sustainable gardening, edible landscaping, and a healthy lifestyle, including Drip Irrigation for Every Landscape and All Climates, now in its second edition (2009), and Designing and Maintaining Your Edible Landscape Naturally (2005), later published in a paperback edition as Roots Demystified (2007). He lives in Occidental, California.

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