Eat Where You Live: How to Find and Enjoy Local and Sustainable Food No Matter Where You Live

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ReadHowYouWant.com, 2009 - Cooking - 228 pages
Eat Where You Live is local food for 'mere mortals' - those who want fresh, delicious food without having to run a farm in their spare time. This refreshing how-to guide is filled with easy-to-follow tips, simple recipes, informative interviews with farmers, and, of course, tons of resources for finding, cooking, storing, growing, and enjoying tasty local food no matter where you live.
 

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Contents

GROWING YOUR OWN SAVE MONEY REDUCE STRESS
37
FORAGING ENJOY THE GREAT OUTDOORS AND EAT
75
UNCANNILY SIMPLE FOOD PRESERVATION FOR MERE
90
TAKE IT SLOW THE ART AND IMPORTANCE OF LEISURELY
118
HUNGRY HEARTS SHARING LOCAL AND SUSTAINABLE
133
TURN TURN TURN SEASONAL EATING
146
A LOCAVORES LEXICON
169
RESOURCES
185
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
198
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About the author (2009)

LOU BENDRICK is a former newspaper reporter who has written for the Aspen Times, Northern Sky News and the High Country News syndicate, "Writers on the Range." Her work now appears in various green publications such as The Utne Reader, Grist, Plenty, Whole Life Times, and Orion Online. Married with two children, Bendrick lives in Great Barrington, Massachusetts.

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