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Community Table: Recipes for an Ecological Future by The Ecology Center

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  • ISBN 10 1576878821
  • ISBN 13 9781576878828
  • Published Nov 20 2018
  • Format Hardcover
  • Page Count 304
  • Language English
  • Countries United States
  • Publisher powerHouse Books

Publishers Text

Knowing we're at a turning point in food, politically, environmentally, and culturally, this project started by looking for solutions. What can we do now to shape our future? We then decided to take action, drawing together the most passionate farmers, chefs, and volunteers we could to literally bring people to the table to have a real conversation about where their food came from and what's happening in the world of it.

Community Table: Recipes for an Ecological Food Future is a comprehensive guide to regenerative eating, inspired by a year-long sustainable dinner series in Southern California. Designed as a tool-kit for an abundant future, Community Table, features inspiring storytelling, delicious recipes, beautiful imagery, tangible step-by-step how-tos for making change, and intimate access to celebrated farmers and chefs.

Topics covered include: growing, sourcing, consumption, husbandry, community, and action, themed around our ten formative principles. Each chapter in turn offers an explanation of the theme, real-life applications, in-depth conversations with the farmer and chef, and a collection of recipes from their dinner.

The Ecology Center believes the possibility of an abundant, healthy and regenerative future relies on our collective adoption of the following ten principles:

1. Eat Fresh + Seasonal
2. Buy Local
3. Choose Organic
4. Respect Animals
5. Grow Your Own
6. Celebrate Diversity
7. Promote Polycultures
8. Nourish All Children
9. Educate for Change
10. Celebrate the Harvest