Imprint:Pavilion - London
Dimensions:241 x 199 x 19 mm | 670 gr
Page Count:144 pages
Every recipe in the 30-day plan is devised in line with “The Lancet Commission” on healthy diets, published in 2018—meat and dairy products are included responsibly.
The zero-waste food movement continues to grow as more and more no-waste restaurants like Dan Barber’s Blue Hill in New York, Adam Handling’s The Frog in London, and Silo in Brighton open their doors.
Sustainable eating and living are hot topics, particularly for millennials. Not only are eco-friendly practices and products on trend, they also play a key role in combating climate change; the 2018 World Economic Forum Global Shapers Survey revealed the millennial generation viewed climate change and the destruction of nature as the most critical issue we face, with over 90 percent of young people agreeing or strongly agreeing that humans were responsible for climate change.
The book will be printed with ecological production values.
Additional features: paper-over-board binding, debossing
"Based on the simple principle that local ingredients equal the lowest possible carbon footprint, Ollie Hunter makes the complex endeavor to eat sustainably easy, desirable, and delicious."
"We all know that our world is changing. There is a belief that the climate is warming, as it has in the past, but now in ways that may endanger us with rising seas. Or more intense storms. Controversy rages over the extent of these changes and the causes.
But, whether the changes are alarmist large or simply modest shifts, we can all do things that ease the strain on our environment and on the planet. And, for sure, we see substantial population gains that stress our planet, beginning with the need to supply more and more food.
What can we do, as individuals, to help our planet, our environment and our society? We find thirty answers in 30 Ways to Join the Food Revolution." —COOKING BY THE BOOK