Big Green Cookbook: Hundreds of Planet-Pleasing Recipes and Tips for a Luscious, Low-Carbon Lifestyle
The premier, high-flavored, eco-friendly cookbook
You can now reduce your carbon footprint deliciously … with green cuisine. Big Green Cookbook by Jackie Newgent, RDN (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt), is like a hybrid … the “Prius” of cookbooks. And there’s something in it for everyone—whether a little green or already completely eco-conscientious.
Chockablock with plant-based recipes, informative sidebars, and useful tips with every recipe, Big Green Cookbook is a comprehensive climate-conscious cookbook that’s ideal for both culinary novices and experiences cooks. In it, Jackie shows how to cleverly maximize flavor in real meals that minimize environmental impact.
The book contains 200 simple and environmentally-friendly recipes for fresh, delicious, all-natural food, with a chapter for every season plus a year-round-recipes chapter, including succulent dishes such as Eco-Beer-Battered Red Onion Rounds, Cool Thai Peanut Soba Noodles, Breaded Organic Chicken Paillard with Fresh Mango Relish, Garlicky Spinach Flatbread Pizzette, French Kissed Cress, Pan-Seared Alaskan Wild Salmon with Papaya Sauce, Buckwheat Blueberry-Peach Pancakes, Navel Orange Mojito, Hot Fuji Apple Sundae (see below), and Dark Chocolate-Fresh Raspberry Truffles.
Jackie Newgent’s recipes will help you follow an “ecotarian” diet. An “ecotarian” is someone who eats a plant-based diet and chooses foods with environmental friendliness in mind. They may or may not eat small amounts of organic or sustainably-raised animal products. Try out some ecotarian recipes from Big Green Cookbook below. And get 195 more of them in the book!
Inside Big Green Cookbook you’ll also find:
A green kitchen checklist, complete with energy-reducing hints and cooking equipment suggestions
Guidelines for going organic and tips for buying locally
Nutritional information for every recipe—to make it easier to find recipes that meet your specific health goals
Clever, brand-new low-carbon cooking techniques designed by Newgent that save energy and time
An eco-friendly shopping guide and seasonal produce chart
Luscious green menus
Seven ways to love your leftovers
Planet-pleasing party tips
Pages printed on 100 percent post-consumer waste paper with soy ink
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2009