• EAT LIKE YOU GIVE A DAMN

    Entrepreneurs and ethical vegans Michelle Schwegmann and Josh Hooten first satisfied their passion for saving animals by founding Herbivore, a successful line of clothing that promotes a cruelty-free lifestyle. In this collection of more than 100 of their favorite vegan dishes, they’ve extended their art and ethics into the kitchen, showcasing how and why everyone can and should eat like they give a damn.

    Item: 7807

    Author: Michelle Schwegmann

    Format: Paperback

  • EAT UP: THE INSIDE SCOOP ON ROOFTOP AGRICULTURE

    Soaring prices and concerns about chemical-laden fruits and vegetables increasingly drive us to grow our own healthy food close to home. In cities, however, vanishing ground space and contaminated soils spur farmers, activists and restaurateurs to look to the skyline for a solution. The hunger for local food has reached new heights, and rooftops can provide the space that cities need to bring fresh, organic produce to tables across North America.

    The first full-length book to focus entirely on rooftop agriculture, Eat Up views this growing movement through a practitioner's lens, explaining:

    • Structural, access and infrastructural considerations
    • Zoning and building codes
    • Proven growing techniques
    • Business and marketing strategies

    This graphically rich guide provides inspiration and advice to aspiring growers through photographs of successful rooftop farms and gardens, as well as interviews with industry professionals. Easy-to-use checklists and a decision tree are included to help gauge the viability of each unique rooftop opportunity. Essential reading for home gardeners, entrepreneurs, restaurateurs, policy makers, academics and designers, Eat Up takes urban agriculture to a whole new level, proving that rooftop farming is not just a pie-in-the-sky idea - it is the future of urban food.

    Item: 6847

    Author: Lauren Mandel

    Format: Paperback

  • EATING ALIENS

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    North America is under attack by a wide range of invasive animals. Black spiny-tailed iguanas in Florida, Asian carp in Missouri and Virginia, nutria in Louisiana, European green crabs in Connecticut, and other alien species throughout the United States are devouring our native plants and animals, pushing many to the brink of extinction. Jackson Landers has a unique solution to the problem: Eat them! In this adventurous narrative, Landers describes his quest to hunt 12 invasive animal species and turn them into delicious meals, showing how anyone can feed a family while enjoying the thrill of the hunt and helping to protect and conserve the natural environment.

    Item: 5961

    Author: Jackson Landers

    Format: Paperback

  • EATING LOCAL

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    In the visually stunning yet practical cookbook Eating Local, author Janet Fletcher and the kitchen experts at Sur La Table not only show you how to use more fresh ingredients in your everyday cooking, they also bring you closer to the family farms where the ingredients are grown and to the idealistic people who grow them.

    With 150 recipes featuring a wide range of fresh ingredients, Eating Local also highlights 10 community supported agriculture projects around the country. These progressive farms provide inspiration for all who want to cook more wholesome meals using ingredients from their own foodshed.

    Item: 6060

    Author: Janet Fletcher

    Format: Herbal Supplements

  • EDIBLE WILD PLANTS OF THE PRAIRIE

    Long before sunflower seeds became a popular snack food, they were a foodstuff valued by Native Americans. For some 10,000 years, from the end of the Pleistocene to the 1800s, the indigenous peoples of the plains regarded edible native plants, like the sunflower, as an important source of food. Not only did plants provide sustenance during times of scarcity, they also added variety to what otherwise would have been a monotonous diet of game. Nevertheless, the use of native plants as food sharply declined when white men settled the Great Plains and imposed their own culture, with its differing notions of what was fit to eat. Those notions tended to exclude from the accepted diet such plants as soapweed, lambsquarter, ground cherry, prairie turnip and prickly pear. Today it is strange to think of eating chokecherries, which were a key ingredient in that staple of the Indian diet, pemmican.

    Based on plant lore documented by historical and archaeological evidence, Edible Wild Plants of the Prairie relates how 122 plant species were once used as food by the native and immigrant residents on the prairie. Written for a broad audience of amateur naturalists, botanists, ethnologists, anthropologists and agronomists, this guide is intended to educate the reader about wild plants as food sources, to synthesize information on the potential use of native flora as new food crops, and to encourage the conservation and cultivation of prairie plants.

    By writing about the edible flora of the American prairie, Kelly Kindscher has provided us with the first edible plant book devoted to the region that Walt Whitman called "North America's characteristic landscape" and that Willa Cather called "the floor of the sky." In describing how plants were used for food, he has drawn upon information concerning tribes that inhabited the prairie bioregion. As a consequence, his book serves as a handy compendium for readers seeking to learn more about historical uses of plants by Native Americans.

    The book is organized into 51 chapters arranged alphabetically by scientific name. For those who are interested in finding and identifying the plants, the book provides line drawings, distribution maps, and botanical and habitat descriptions. The ethnobotanical accounts of food use form the major portion of the text, but the reader will also find information on the parts of the plants used, harvesting, propagation (for home gardeners), and the preparation and taste of wild food plants.

    Item: 6873

    Author: Kelly Kindscher

    Format: Paperback

  • ENERGY-WISE LANDSCAPE DESIGN

    Residential consumption represents nearly one quarter of North America's total energy use, and the average homeowner spends thousands of dollars a year on power bills. To help alleviate this problem, Energy-Wise Landscape Design presents hundreds of practical ways everyone can save money, time and effort while making their landscapes more environmentally healthy, ecologically rich and energy efficient.
    Combining general guidelines with tips, techniques and actions, this fully illustrated guide explains the many opportunities our landscapes provide for conserving energy. Readers will learn how to:

    • lower a home's heating and cooling costs
    • minimize fuel used in landscape construction, maintenance and everyday use
    • choose landscape products and materials with lower embedded energy costs
    • make a positive difference without a major investment or change in lifestyle.

    Intended for homeowners, gardeners, landscape professionals and students, the design ideas in this book will work in every type of setting -large or small, hilly or flat, urban or rural. Written in non-scientific language with clear explanations and an easy conversational style, Energy-Wise Landscape Design is an essential resource for everyone who wants to shrink their energy footprint while enhancing their property and adding value to their home.

    Item: 4588

    Author: SUE REED

    Format: Paperback

  • EXTRACTED

    Ugo Bardi delivers a sweeping history of the mining industry, starting with its humble beginning when our early ancestors started digging underground to find the stones they needed for their tools. The world we have been accustomed to, so far, was based on cheap mineral resources and on the ability of the ecosystem to absorb pollution without generating damage to human beings. Both conditions are rapidly disappearing. Having thoroughly plundered planet Earth, we are entering a new world. Bardi draws upon the world's leading minerals experts to offer a compelling glimpse into that new world ahead.

    Item: 7255

    Author: Ugo Bardi

    Format: Paperback

  • EYE OF THE STORM

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    As their world is torn apart, Katarina Hildebrandt and Johann Sudermann strive to maintain their faith in the God they have come to know. History unfolds as these young people look desperately for a source of balance and safety within the eye of the storm and ask: Where is God when life betrays?

    Item: 2616

    Author: Janice. L. Dick

    Format: Paperback

  • FALLON

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    When Macon Fallon conned an unsuspecting group of settlers into living in an abandoned mining town, he never expected them to thrive nor to care enough to lay down his life to protect them.

    Item: 106

    Author: LOUIS LAMOUR

    Format: Paperback

  • FAST & SIMPLE GLUTEN-FREE

    Getting a hot, delicious, gluten-free meal to the table every night can seem like a challenge when time and growling stomachs are demanding food now! But you can turn the tables from stressed to dressed in no time with Fast and Simple Gluten-Free, your one-stop solution to creating fast, family-friendly meals in a half hour or less.

    Inside, you'll find more than 100 truly inspiring recipes for everything from Carrot Cake Pancakes with Cream Cheese Frosting to Green Chicken Enchiladas and Quinoa Tabbouleh, with many recipes requiring just 20 minutes or less from start to fork.

    Author, mom and blogger Gretchen Brown will show you just how easy it is to create wholesome, wheat-free meals that you can feel good about-and that your family will love. Through streamlined ingredient lists and simple yet effective cooking techniques, you'll learn how to pull together delicious dishes that taste as if you've spent hours slaving away in the kitchen, even though you haven't! From classic dishes like burgers, pizzas and pot pies to fresh and exciting new takes, you'll find recipes that will make everyone happy, including:

    Tarragon-Lemon Chicken Salad; Chocolate Chili; Mozzarella Pizza with Pine Nuts, Currants and Arugula; Pork Tacos with Avocado and Tomato Salsa; Cumin-Turkey Burgers; Mocha Chocolate Fudge Cakes; Lemon-Lime Cheesecake with Gingersnap Crust

    Nourish yourself and your family the stress-free way with Fast and Simple Gluten-Free. Great meals are just minutes away!

    Item: 6426

    Author: Gretchen Brown

    Format: Paperback

  • FEASTING ON FOOD STORAGE

    Your food storage contains delectable delights when you know how to use it! Feasting on Food Storage offers more than 200 recipes to rotate and use your short- and long-term food storage, plus bonus sections for baby food, home remedies, and gluten-free options. With tasty recipes like Brown Sugar Muffins and Creamy Taco Soup, learning to use your food storage has never been easier or more delicious.

    Item: 7024

    Author: J. Merrill, K. Sunderland

    Format: Paperback

  • FINDING ANNA

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    A poignant novel of relationships, "Finding Anna" follows Horatio Gates Spafford and his wife, Anna, as they struggle to find common ground before their divided loyalties tear apart their marriage once and for all.

    Item: 2602

    Author: Christine Schaub

    Format: Paperback

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