Originally published on BasilandSpice.com on December 20, 2009
Updated May 4, 2017
If all the talk about buying locally grown, Know Your Farmer, Know Your Food, community supported agriculture, farmer’s markets, yard sharing, and community gardens hasn’t got you on the sustainable food/homesteading bandwagon yet, then this revised and updated classic will.
The Rodale Whole Foods Cookbook: With More Than 1,000 for Choosing, Cooking, and Preserving Natural Ingredients takes you from market to table, with sections on choosing health-supportive and organic ingredients, tips on selecting the best cookware and equipment, stocking your kitchen with staples, canning and preserving, and, recognizing that key ingredients may be missing from your pantry, provides a simple substitutions list.
With this expanded and updated volume, home cooks will satisfy every palate, whether serving staunch vegans (baked peppers stuffed with fava beans and bulgur), hardcore foodies (osso buco), the health-conscious (spicy baked salmon), or your own sweet tooth (saucepan mocha brownies).
The Rodale Whole Foods Cookbook is a comprehensive guide to home cooking suitable for beginners yet robust enough for serious home cooks.
The Rodale Whole Foods Cookbook is available for purchase by clicking here, or at your favorite bookseller.
Print Length: 752 pages
Publisher: Rodale; Rev Upd edition (December 8, 2009)
Publication Date: December 8, 2009
I received a copy of The Rodale Whole Foods Cookbook in exchange for this review from BasilandSpice.com.