Synopses & Reviews
This isnt just a cookbook; its a thoughtful and accessible guide eating well for your body and for the world. Beth Barnett is an incredibly popular illustrator and writer and Rabbit Food is her opus. Including tips on everything from how to plant your first garden to how to sew your own reusable grocery bag, Barnett provides ample detail for living a thoughtful, sustainable life.
Food and cooking do not exist in a vacuum they are an integral part of daily life tied to culture, ethics, environment, economics, and even politics. Rabbit Food Cookbook
is not only a playful and informative vegan/vegetarian cookbook; it's also a thoughtful and accessible guide to eating well, both for the body and for the world. With more than 80 recipes, tips on everything from how to plant a beginner's garden to how to sew reusable grocery bags, author and artist Beth A. Barnett provides ample detail for cooking up a thoughtful, sustainable life. The book features darling black-and-white illustrations as well as hand-drawn text and a section of blank pages for cooks to fill with notes.
Chapters include "The Food Supply in Perspective," "Health and Nutrition Considerations," "The Industrialization of Food in America," "First Garden," "Ingredient Tips," and "Measurements for Partial Recipes."