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Issuing a "profound and engaging...passionate call to us to re-think our food industry" (Jim Harrison, author of The Raw and the Cooked), Gary Paul Nabhan reminds us that eating close to home is not just a matter of convenience'"it is an act of deep cultural and environmental significance. Embodying "a perspective...at once ecological, economic, humanistic, and spiritual" (Los Angeles Times), Nabhan has dedicated his life to raising awareness about food'"as an avid gardener, as an ethnobotanist preserving seed diversity, and as an activist devoted to recovering native food traditions in the Southwest. This "inspired and eloquently detailed account" (Rick Bayless, Chefs Collaborative) tells of his year-long mission to eat only foods grown, fished, or gathered within two hundred miles of his home. "A good book for gardeners to read this winter" (The New York Times), Nabhan's work "weav[es] together the traditions of Thoreau and M. F. K. Fisher [in] a soul food treatise for our time" (Peter Hoffman, Chefs Collaborative).

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"Amazing and eloquent....Nabhan makes us understand how finding and eating local foods connects us deeply and sensually."'"Alice Waters, Chez Panisse

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"The first manifesto of the local food movement, and it remains one of the best--eloquent, bracing, and full of vital information." --Michael Pollan

Synopsis:

“The first manifesto of the local food movement, and it remains one of the best—eloquent, bracing, and full of vital information.” —Michael Pollan

Synopsis:

In the tradition of M. F. K. Fisher and Henry David Thoreau, Gary Paul Nabhan relates how his experience with food permeates his life as an avid gardener and forager, as an ethnobotanist and farmland conservation advocate, and as an activist devoted to recovering place-based heritage foods. Nabhan spent a year trying to eat only foods grown, fished, or gathered within 220 miles of his home--with surprising results.Already considered a landmark in the locavore movement, "makes us understand how finding and eating local foods connects us deeply and sensually with where we are [and] why the everyday choices we make about food are the most important choices we make" (Alice Waters, chef/owner of Chez Panisse).

About the Author

Gary Paul Nabhan, a prize-winning essayist and agricultural ecologist, serves as a Distinguished Research Scientist with the Southwest Center at the University of Arizona. He lives in Flagstaff, Arizona.

Product Details

ISBN:
9780393335057
Author:
Nabhan, Gary Paul
Publisher:
W. W. Norton & Company
Author:
Nabhan, Gary
Author:
Nabhan, Gary P.
Subject:
Essays
Subject:
Cooking and Food-General
Copyright:
Publication Date:
April 2009
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Grade Level:
General/trade
Language:
English
Illustrations:
12 drawings
Pages:
336
Dimensions:
8.10x5.40x.90 in. .60 lbs.

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Product details 336 pages W. W. Norton & Company - English 9780393335057 Reviews:
"Synopsis" by , "Amazing and eloquent....Nabhan makes us understand how finding and eating local foods connects us deeply and sensually."'"Alice Waters, Chez Panisse
"Synopsis" by , "The first manifesto of the local food movement, and it remains one of the best--eloquent, bracing, and full of vital information." --Michael Pollan
"Synopsis" by , “The first manifesto of the local food movement, and it remains one of the best—eloquent, bracing, and full of vital information.” —Michael Pollan
"Synopsis" by , In the tradition of M. F. K. Fisher and Henry David Thoreau, Gary Paul Nabhan relates how his experience with food permeates his life as an avid gardener and forager, as an ethnobotanist and farmland conservation advocate, and as an activist devoted to recovering place-based heritage foods. Nabhan spent a year trying to eat only foods grown, fished, or gathered within 220 miles of his home--with surprising results.Already considered a landmark in the locavore movement, "makes us understand how finding and eating local foods connects us deeply and sensually with where we are [and] why the everyday choices we make about food are the most important choices we make" (Alice Waters, chef/owner of Chez Panisse).
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