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Sustainable Kitchen Hardcover Cookbook

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    Dive into healthy, thoughtful food creations with the Sustainable Kitchen Hardcover Cookbook by Heather Wolfe and Jaynie McCloskey. This gorgeous hardcover book is chock-full of vibrant photographs, delicious plant-based recipes, and planet-conscious tips to help avoid food waste and conserve energy. Tasty recipes include: Veggie-Studded Frittata, Morning Glory Muffins, Bow Thai Salad, Three Sisters Succotash Enchiladas, and Cran-Apple Crisp, among others! This book is a perfect gift for an eco-Read Morefoodie in your life or to have on hand when a little recipe inspiration is needed!

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    • Printed in the USA

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    • Ships plastic-free in packaging made from recycled and recyclable materials

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    Product Dimensions

    • 8.1 x 1.2 x 10.1 inches

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    • 320 pages
    • Hardcover book
    • Full-color photographs throughout
    • Publisher: Herald Press

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    At EarthHero, we’re all about making sustainability more accessible. We also recognize that it’s not always easy to do the “right thing”, especially when you don’t know what that is! We truly believe that sustainability shouldn’t be a compromise or incite confusion or anxiety!

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    1. Gingie

      Sneaking in some Religion

      Gingie (verified owner)

      This book is alright. Some interesting recipes inside, I have only made a few so far. I know this is not very open-minded of me, but it was weird the first thing is a quote from the bible. There is also a page for singing a song in god’s name. The authors seem to sprinkle in some Christian stuff in most non-recipe parts of the book. I was really interested in the non-recipe parts of the book, but after reading a bit of it, I tend to read it with a grain of salt. I also don’t like reading claims without some sort of backing from a study or very one-sided information. Much of the book reads like “In my experience, where I have all these factors going for me based on location” or “I believe” with no “based on.” For instance, eating local is awesome, but actually shipping food internationally is so efficient per pound, it really doesn’t add much of a carbon footprint if you break it down per pound of food (Kurzgesagt- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F1Hq8eVOMHs&t=647s). There are other things that cause a much larger footprint in the food industry, comparatively. Plus it offers things you could never cook or eat as they cannot be grown locally, offering a chance at tasting other’s cultures, and having an appreciation for them. I have nothing against religious people, but when I get a cooking book with no description of there being religion on the webpage, it throws me off when I see it. Politics, religion, sports, whatever; if the book’s theme and description on the website is sustainability, is super odd to pepper in other topics without notice. Also, not a vegan book like I thought, but that is probably on me for thinking “plant-based” doesn’t mean “plant-only.” If you are looking for a vegan cookbook that is all about the food and kitchen, I suggest checking out American Test Kitchen Vegan for Everyone, or anything by Bad Manners. The book isn’t all bad, and I am happy to see other points of view out there, and I am sure this book is for someone, but that someone is not me.

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