The No-Waste Vegetable Cookbook: Recipes and Techniques for Whole Plant Cooking
by Linda Ly
Harvard Common Press | April 2020 | ISBN: 1558329978 | 192 Pages | PDF | 99.5 mb
Isn't it about time to start nose-to-tail cooking with vegetables? Learn how to make the most of the edibles in your garden or the farmer's market bounty!
The No Waste Vegetable Cookbook will help you cook your way through greens, beans, roots, and herbs with seasonal recipes that utilize every edible part of the plant. Author Linda Ly shares a wide variety of recipes and techniques from her popular CSA Cookbook, from creative pickling (think watermelon rind) to perfect pestos.
Whether you're excited to make the most of the farmer's market or use every bit of your garden's bounty, this is the book that keeps the food on your table and out of the trash can (or compost bin)!
About the Author
Linda Ly is the author of The New Camp Cookbook and The CSA Cookbook and the blogger behind the award-winning gardenbetty.com, a lifestyle site devoted to modern homesteading, green living, and adventure traveling. Nearly two million visitors turn to the blog every year for inspiration, tips, and tricks for eating well and living well, both in their backyards and in the great outdoors. Linda has been featured in national and regional media including Country Living, HGTV, Better Homes & Gardens, and Heritage Radio Network. Her passion for camping and cooking has taken her all over the American West, but she calls Bend, Oregon, home.
1 THE BASICS
2 TOMATOES & PEPPERS
3 LEAFY GREENS
4 PEAS & BEANS
5 BULBS & STEMS
6 ROOTS & TUBERS
7 MELONS & GOURDS
HIGH-FIVES & HUGS
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