The Green Kitchen Handbook: Practical Advice, References, & Sources for Transforming the Center of Your Home Into a Healthy, Livable Place
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The Green Kitchen Handbook: Practical Advice, References, & Sources for Transforming the Center of Your Home Into a Healthy, Livable Place

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"The Green Kitchen Handbook" contains basic tips on and simple solutions to: what to look for on packaged food labels, how to recognize which food additives to avoid, and how to buy organic foods as inexpensively and conveniently as supermarket foods. And it offers advice for more ambitious projects including information on canning, creating root cellars, buying kitchen ap...more
Paperback, 304 pages
Published March 26th 1997 by Harper Perennial
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Julie
This would be a good book to own.
Lauren Marie
I thought this book was great. So full of wonderful information and tips! It was a little dated (written in mid-90s) so some of the stuff in there doesn't totally apply anymore, but still a great book!
Karli
Pretty simple information, but great for beginners wanting to learn about organics, healthier food choices, and more eco-friendly/natural cleaners. Very comprehensive with a forward written by Meryl Streep!
Molly
Fairly clearly outdated, my library copy gave some good advice to a novice in the world of whole foods. Fortunately, some good steps have been made in a greener direction since the publication of this book.
Sarah
A good book to have in the kitchen as reference for eating more sustainably.
Cherie
B Very informative on how to make your kitchen greener
Angela
good, but didn't have much info new to me.
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