Thereâ€™s no better time to dig into organic than September. Designated as Organic Harvest Month, September is a great time to discover â€“ or rediscover- the many benefits that organic products and agriculture have to offer you, your family, and the planet.
But where to start? Â Why not snap up a copy of Â our The Green Teen Cookbook: a rough guide to ethical eating by young people for young peopleÂ – and guess what, you don’t have to be young to enjoy the many mouth watering recipes and great tips for living and eating in a healthy and green way, just young at heart!
‘This fabulous cookbook has been shortlisted for The People’s Book Prize and been featured in The Sunday Times Oxford Literary Festival and in the Gourmand Magazine. This cookbook and rough guide to ethical eating is not just for teens though, it’s for everyone who wants to eat well, pay less and save the planet!’@NotAllAboutBoys
Going green is hard to do – especially when it comes to food. The Green Teen Cookbook cuts through all that chaos and shows youÂ how to shop smarter, cook more consciously, and eat a healthier diet. And in addition to the incredible recipes the book also includes:
â€¢ Tips on how to shop on a budget and get the most out of what you already have at home
â€¢ A seasonal key that ensures the freshness of the recipes (and a minimal carbon footprint)
â€¢ Essays on ethical eating, with photos or illustrations for all the recipes
For all those who care about what theyÂ eat, and where it comes from, The Green Teen CookbookÂ is more than just another set of recipes: it’s an all-in-one guide for going green and eating well.
Edited byÂ Laurane Marchive with photos by Sarah Eisenfisz and illustrations by Dominic McInnes