“Wild Flavors” is much more than a cookbook, highlighting four of Eva’s core principals, woven throughout the year: salvaging, community, bartering and preserving. The book features 46 plant profiles and 150 amazing recipes, along with important basics like vital gadgets for your kitchen, foraging and preparation techniques, how to best grow and snip your own herbs and just the right time to add them to a dish you’re cooking.
To read - Drinking Arak Off an Aytollah's Beard by Nicholas Jubber "it’s a fascinating trip into the worlds of Iran and Afghanistan and its combination of history and modern life left me wanting to read more – and to travel in Jubber’s footsteps"
The Rodale Whole Foods Cookbook: With More Than 1,000 Recipes for Choosing, Cooking, & Preserving Natural Ingredients by Dara Demoelt, http://www.amazon.com/dp/1605295434/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_L1P7pb0Z92W2A
"If You Knew Me You Would Care" -- A book of stunning photographs of women living where violence, poverty, and conflict are a given. Luckily, they have survived to tell their tale. Paired with their personal stories, the photographs of smiling faces become truly powerful and inspiring documents of life beyond crisis.
Jonathan Bloom's book chronicles how #wasted food in America accounts for nearly half the food produced. Well researched, Jonathan's timing was impeccable to bring a staggering fact to public attention: There is not a food shortage, there are food waste and distribution issues.