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Tom Hunt

  • Eating for Pleasure, People & Planet: Plant Based, Zero Waste, Climate Cuisine
    • Categories: Leftovers & food waste; Vegetarian
    • ISBN: 9780857836953 Hardcover (United Kingdom) 3/19/2020
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  • Eating for Pleasure, People and Planet: Plant Based, Zero Waste, Climate Cuisine
    • Categories: Leftovers & food waste; Vegetarian
    • ISBN: 9780857838568 Hardcover (United Kingdom) 4/28/2020
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  • Eating for Pleasure, People, and Planet: Plant-based, Zero-Waste, Climate Cuisine
    • Categories: Leftovers & food waste; Vegetables
    • ISBN: 9781623719531 Hardcover (United States) 4/5/2020
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  • The Natural Cook: Eating the Seasons from Root to Fruit
    • Categories: Vegetables; Fruit; Seasonal
    • ISBN: 9781849494182 Hardcover (United Kingdom) 6/19/2014
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  • The Natural Cook: Eating the Seasons from Root to Fruit
    • Categories: Vegetables; Fruit; Seasonal
    • ISBN: 9781849497336 Hardcover (United States) 2/2/2016
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Biography

Tom Hunt is an acclaimed eco-chef working on projects to revive our cooking heritage and support all aspects of our food sovereignty. He works closely with various food charities and organisations including Feed the 5,000 events worldwide, FareShare and FoodCycle, highlighting important concerns in the food industry by creating banquets that promote debate around the food served. He is also the founder of Poco, an award-winning restaurant in Bristol as well as a mobile restaurant made up of an eccentric collection of homemade yurts and canopies that tour the festival circuit serving seasonal tapas and featuring thrifty cuts of meat, sustainably sourced fish and seasonal vegetables, 75% of which have been sourced within a 50-mile radius.