Randy Shore S Father And Grandfather Grew Up On Farms, Yet He Didn T Even Know How To Grow A Radish Author Of The Green Man Column In The Vancouver Sun, He Spent Five Years Teaching Himself How To Grow Food For His Family And Then How To Use The Resulting Bounty To Create Imaginative And Nourishing Meals The Year Round In Grow What You Eat, Eat What You Grow, Randy Reveals The Secrets To Creating And Maintaining A Fully Functioning Vegetable Garden, From How To Make Your Own Fertilizer To Precise Instructions On How Best To Grow Specific Produce He Also Offers Advice For Those With Balcony Or Container Gardens And Others Who Live In Small Urban Spaces He Then Shows How To Showcase Your Bounty With Delicious, Nutrient Packed Recipes Both Vegetarian And Not , Including Instructions On Canning, Pickling, And Curing, Proving How Easy And Fulfilling It Is To Be A Self Reliant Expert In Your Garden And Your Kitchen Grow What You Eat Is Equal Parts A Cookbook, Gardening Book, Personal Journal, And Passionate Treatise On The Art Of Eating And Living Sustainably In His Quest For Self Sufficiency, Improved Health, And A Better Environment, Randy Shore Resurrects An Old School Way Of Cooking That Is Natural, Nutritious, And DeliciousRandy Shore Is A Food And Sustainability Writer For The Vancouver Sun He Is Also A Former Restaurant Cook And An Avid Gardener A snowy weekend inspiration for spring garden planning Lots of little gardening food storing tips along with loads of Canadian produce friendly recipes His garden being in BC and mine in ontario not all items apply but it s closer than tips from California gardeners. This is a great holistic cookbook It s become one of our go to s. I borrowed this from the library but will definitely need to pick up a copy for myself It is worth it for the recipes alone but the straight forward home gardening advice is great too The only thing that would make this better would be if it were written for my growing region. This was a good book I liked that it was broken into seasons and the respective things grown in each season and how to prepare for upcoming season in your garden Had a lot of recipes, which was nice, but made the book feel like a recipe book at times.
- 220 pages
- Grow What You Eat, Eat What You Grow
- Randy Shore
- 03 August 2018 Randy Shore