About the Book
"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, nutritious meals without dogma or shopping lists. Inside each ingredient is beautifully and reverently illustrated by Dayna Safferstein. On each page is information about storing and preparing, when to roast and when to juice, and what goes well with what. What you won't find are complicated recipes requiring expensive trips to the supermarket. The result is nothing short of radical.
My Take on the Book
This book was beautifully made and illustrated and has so much information for any cook. The book goes into almost any common food that you can think of and completely gives you information on the food itself. The information shared was very complete and provides you with a ton of information that you cannot get in every cookbook. I see this book as a book that would be great for any new cook.
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