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A Curious Harvest: The Practical Art of Cooking Everything

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"What do I have to eat?"

Long before supermarkets taught us what we should buy to eat, we simply looked around and ate what looked good. A Curious Harvest marks a return to this kind of thinking. Focusing on ingredients, from the common to the curious, rather than finished dishes Maximus Thaler of The Gleaner's Kitchen offers a choose-your-own primer for preparing tasty, nu
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Paperback, 160 pages
Published September 1st 2014 by Quarry Books (first published August 1st 2014)
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Very cool concept! Great housewarming present. Some times the tips are a little too general but for the most part they are great. The illustrations are fantastic.
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Maximus Thaler graduated from Tufts University in 2013, where he studied alchemy, biology, art, physics, and philosophy, with a minor in communal living and Dumpster diving. His cooking style and food ethics are influenced by the Bread and Puppet Theatre and also a general appreciation for what grows in the dirt. More information on Dumpstering can be found at thegleanerskitchen.org

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