Eat Local for Less is a how-to manual for choosing delicious, healthy, environmentally friendly, economically equitable food for your family. It’s the antidote to overpriced, boutique “natural” foods. It’s a guide for transforming your relationship with food from one-dimensional routine to multifaceted bliss. It shows readers how to buy local, organic, and sustainably grown food for less than they pay at the supermarket. It’s not written to persuade but to inform, with the goal of helping people act on the choice they’ve already made to eat purposefully and buy responsibly.
Nonfiction, Adult Trade
Paperback, Food Writing.
Paper, 8.5 x 9, 288 pages
with index. Printed on
recycled paper. Ebook
On Sale: April 7, 2015
Distribution: Small Press
United / IPG
Elizabeth Cogan, email@example.com, 202-368-6816
Daniel Kohan, firstname.lastname@example.org, 202-546-8049
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|| Julie Castillo
If you’ve had it with over-processed “convenience” foods, if you think food ought to come from a farm and not from a lab, if you believe food should be a right and not a commodity, if you miss the way food tasted when you were a kid, then you might just be ready to opt out. The goal of this book is to help you feed yourself and your family in a manner that is harmonious with your worldview. You really can derive more pleasure from your meals, enjoy better health, experience a deeper connection with nature, nurture a robust local economy, and contribute to a more equitable world system—simply by sitting down to a lovingly prepared meal.
Inside the pages of Eat Local for Less, readers discover how to:
- buy a tomato that actually tastes like a tomato
- navigate CSAs, farmer’s markets, buyer’s clubs, co-ops, and more
- fit cooking into a jam-packed lifestyle
- get kids to eat their vegetables—and love them
- eat locally to support global equality
Arming consumers with knowledge and confidence, Eat Local for Less shows readers how to bring what’s on their plates in line with what’s in their hearts.