Seed to Table: A Seasonal Guide to Organically Growing, Cooking, and Preserving Food at Home

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Available for Pre-order. Due June 2023.
Seed to Table: A Seasonal Guide to Organically Growing, Cooking, and Preserving Food at Home Author: Format: Hardback First Published: Published By: Yellow Pear Press
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Pages: 224 Illustrations and other contents: color photographs throughout; 100 Illustrations, unspecified Language: English ISBN: 9781684811625 Categories: , , , ,

Small Space Gardening for Beginners #1 New Release in Vegetable Gardening Go from urban eating to eco living! Grow and cook your own food with this all-new sustainable guide to creating your kitchen garden. If there’s a seed, there’s a way. Eating healthy can really drain your wallet when living in a concrete jungle. Maybe it’s time to start growing your own food, but where is a garden supposed to go when you don’t have the room for it? Here’s the answer: whether you live in the city or in suburbia, no space is too small for quality meals with your very own kitchen garden. Seed to Table: Eco-Living Tips to Urban Gardening for Growing, Cooking, and Preserving Your Homegrown Foods introduces you to the small garden ideas that help you stock up your fridge with delicious and nutritious fruits, vegetables, herbs, and more made by and for you. Put the green in green living. Maximize your minimal space with sustainable facts and practices that are perfect for any location. From a patio garden to rooftop farming, this urban gardening blueprint and cookbook teaches you how to transform any space into your personal produce store. Save yourself not only the space and stress, but also money as a garden-to-plate cook with tools and techniques that are low-cost, easy to maintain, and effective for fast and healthy homegrown food. Inside Seed to Table, you’ll find: Ideas for out-of-ground containers and vertical gardening Seed vs. seedling recommendations Recipe samples that lower carbon footprints Preservation techniques with long-lasting flavor If you liked Plants-Only Kitchen, The Old Farmer’s Almanac Vegetable Gardener’s Handbook, or Raised-Bed Gardening for Beginners, then you’ll love Seed to Table.

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"Luay has an enormous amount of knowledge on growing beautiful produce. Beyond his knowledge, his love and dedication to bringing to life vegetables is unparalleled. This book is an interesting and fantastic combination of simple and tasty recipes along with a DIY, approachable guide to becoming a home gardener." -Afrim Pristine, internationally renowned maitre fromager of the Cheese Boutique, Food Network TV Host, and author of For the Love of Cheese: Recipes and Wisdom from the Cheese Boutique "Seed to Table is a fantastic, robust guide that will help you achieve the garden-to-table lifestyle you've always craved. From quick growing tips and in-depth gardening techniques to drool-worthy recipes to use or preserve your homegrown bounty-Luay has covered it all!" -Deanna Talerico, garden expert, blogger and founder of Homestead and Chill "Luay makes growing your own food, even if just a small amount, into an achievable endeavor. Combine his expert growing advice with the detailed crop guides and delicious, creative recipes, this book contains everything you can possibly need to know to enjoy fresh meals straight from the garden." -Niki Irving of Flourish Flower Farm, flower farmer, florist, author of Growing Flowers

Author Biography

Luay Ghafari is an urban gardener, garden educator, consultant, recipe developer, and founder of Urban Farm and Kitchen, a seasonal garden-to-table food blog and gardening resource. His mission is to guide and help anyone on a gardening and food-growing journey. With over a decade of intensive urban growing experience, he uses tried-and-true science-based techniques to grow abundant, healthy, and thriving gardens for himself and his clients. He is passionate about the garden-to-table movement and vegetable-forward seasonal recipes. He also teaches a garden-to-table Master Class for beginner and intermediate gardeners. He has been featured in publications like Medium, Food52, and Toronto Life Magazine, as well as in documentaries and is active on social media, where he shares gardening tips and seasonal recipes. Luay is based in Toronto, Canada.