- Paperback: 250 pages
- Publisher: Process (September 21, 2010)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1934170127
- ISBN-13: 978-1934170120
- Product Dimensions: 6.3 x 0.6 x 8.8 inches
- Shipping Weight: 12 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,175,092 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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The Natural Kitchen: Your Guide to the Sustainable Food Revolution (Process Self-Reliance Series) Paperback – September 21, 2010
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"We are what we eat. And if what we eat is genetically modified, industrially grown and processed toxic junk, we are turning our bodies into a junkyard and a graveyard. The Natural Kitchen shows how you can bring back reverence for food, for your body and for the earth. And like the examples cited, you too can join this amazing revolution in the makingone kitchen at a time, one meal at a time."
Vandana Shiva, Founder, Navdanya
Author, Monocultures of the Mind, Stolen Harvest: The Hijacking of the Global Food Supply, and Biopiracy: The Plunder of Nature and Knowledge
"Deborah Eden Tull's book will change your life and how you relate to food and to the planet on a daily basis. It is a guide to help people make the shift from "consumers" to 'earth stewards,' and teaches an approach to food and cooking that is about celebrating nature, mindfulness, community,pleasure, and long-term sustainability, rather than convenience and short-sightedness."
Helena Norber-Hodge, Founder, International Society for Ecology and Culture
Author, Ancient Futures: Learning from Ladakh
"Deborah Eden Tull teaches an awareness of the big picture of our relationship with food, and offers a powerful, inspiring manifesto for how to apply this greater awareness to our daily lifestyle, starting with the meals we eat. Through her grounded and compassionate approach to sustainability and inspiring stories from sustainable communities, she guides us in embodying the change, rather than just thinking about it. This comprehensive book offers many realistic and practical options for radically reducing consumption and waste in the kitchen while increasing awareness of the impact of our decisions on our world. This should be in every household library."
Penny Livingston-Stark, Co-director, Regenerative Design Institute
"The Natural Kitchen is a wonderful introduction to applying sustainability to your life through the food you eat. The thoughtful, step-by-step process will make you seeand tastefood in a whole new way."
Debra Lynn-Dadd, Author, Home Safe Home
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Deborah Eden Tull's writing style and voice is excellent. Her book is easy on the mind and reading it is a truly delightful experience. It gives concise and informative explanations of how we contribute to environmental issues ranging from waste to supporting unsustainable agriculture without being self-righteous or heavy. It offers the tools, skills and knowledge to act responsibly in the face of a century of immense suffering in a way that makes the daunting task of "greening" one's home and life accessible and fun!
The five stars it has received are well deserved!
As I am trying to be more minimalist in my living I bought the kindle version. I was surprised at the number of typos, I hope they update it as it's an excellent resource but disappointing to pay for poor editing.
I'd have given it lower stars for the typos but I didn't want to take away from the content which is awesome.
**Just know the kindle version is a bit dodgy, but doesn't detract from the thoughtful information provided.
I typically would not write a review since I know her personally, and obviously, it is going to seem skewed. But I had to throw in my comments because what struck me deeply is how authentic this book is. I felt so satisfied to read a book by a woman my age (30s) who has earned her stripes and knows what she is talking about, from the ground up. I love the set-up of her being a young woman who chose a monastic, rural life for years, learning an extraordinary skill set of working with the land, then bringing it back to the hustling, surface-driven city of L.A. Someone should turn that into a movie!
This is the kind of book I'd buy several copies of, and give to my friends, so they could keep it there in the kitchen and use it daily.