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Eat Local: Simple Steps to Enjoy Real, Healthy & Affordable Food

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Eat Local Simple Steps: Your Online Guide to Enjoy Local Food!
Your step-by-step guide for finding, purchasing, cooking, and saving money with local food.
In Eat Local Simple Steps you will learn:

* Seasonal eating: Enjoy the exquisite taste of fresh-picked produce
* Easily find, purchase and preserve food grown near you: including farmers markets tips, “CSAs,” farm stands, on
Paperback, 196 pages
Published by New World Publishing (first published May 20th 2012)
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So great to have a dietitian write an easy-to-read guide that quickly answers all the questions I’m always getting about buying local, organic, and non-GMO. You can tell the book is written by a dietitian because we’re nothing if not practical, to the point, and empowering. This fast read is all about educating the consumer to confidently ask the right questions to get what’s best for their health and the environment, whether they’re at the grocer, farmer’s market, restaurant, or considering par ...more
Eating local can be fun and with a system it can be easy. All you have to do is find a framers market or request local items at your local store. You can also join a coop or get to know local farmers. What I loved about the book were the bulleted reviews at the end of each chapter. Make sure you eat all the colors of the rainbow, only buy what you can cook and eat before it spoils, plan your meals and keep it simple. You can bring your family in by having them go shop with you, experiment with y ...more
Eric Gibson
Granted I'm prejudiced (since I publish the book), but I feel it's the most helpful, easy-to-use book out there for folks getting started eating locally grown foods!
Jonathan Neal
Very repetitive, but some useful information. A little disappointed because it is such a short book.
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Jasia (Jayne) Steinmetz is a teacher and gardener who believes that good food is vital for good health – and that local, sustainable food is good for not only ourselves but our society. She and her husband, Jeff, live in rural Wisconsin where they grow most of the produce they eat during the year and purchase directly from farmers for the rest of their meals.
Jasia’s passion is to educate people
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