Recipes for a Small Planet

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Random House Publishing Group, Jul 31, 1983 - Cooking - 366 pages
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Ellen Buchman Ewald was an inspiration for France's Moore Lappe's successful nutrition regimen, outlined in DIET FOR A SMALL PLANET. Now, here is Ms. Ewald's long-awaited cookbook, basic and complete, containing hundreds of delicious, body- and planet-conscious recipes for better health, ecology, and above all, better eating.

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User Review  - UtopianPessimist - LibraryThing

Among the first cookbooks focused the use of non-meat combinations for protein. This lesson is becoming increasingly critical in these days of global warming. The recipes are delicious, most are ... Read full review

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User Review  - ShawnMarie - LibraryThing

We are not vegeterians, but we felt this classic cookbook should be in our library. Luckily we found it on paperbackswap and got it for next to nothing. The info in it is somewhat dated, but it is an interesting view on how things have changed in 35 years or so. Read full review


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