A Slice of Organic Life by Sheherazade Goldsmith (Author), Anne Gatti (Contributor), Daphne Lambert (Contributor), Erica Bower (Contributor)

A Slice of Organic Life by Sheherazade Goldsmith (Author), Anne Gatti (Contributor), Daphne Lambert (Contributor), Erica Bower (Contributor)
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A Slice of Organic Life

by Sheherazade Goldsmith (Author), Anne Gatti (Contributor), Daphne Lambert (Contributor), Erica Bower (Contributor)



Publisher: DK Publishing; 1 edition (April 19, 2010)

Featuring over 80 self-contained projects, from growing your own organic food, cooking home-grown produce, keeping selected livestock, and leading a more sustainable lifestyle, Slice of Organic Life is the perfect start for someone looking to go "green."

From Publishers Weekly This smorgasbord of organic recipes, tips and suggestions has something for everyone, but like a Jack-of-all-trades, it's a master of none. With an emphasis on food, from gardening and buying to preserving and preparing, it also covers household hints on such subjects as conservation (turn down the thermostat), safe cleaning products (baking soda) and the three R's of green living: reduce, reuse and recycle, with recipes for such products as baby food, sauerkraut and exfoliating skin scrub. Some of these slices of organic living are appealing and accessible, like instructions for growing potted herbs, making compost and drying tomatoes. Others, like the information on renewable energy and keeping honey bees, are too sketchy to be of real use. The six pages devoted to raising pigs (with one entire page on selecting your breeds) borders on the absurd for most people. The selections are randomly ordered, with churning butter next to Make Organic Drinks. Profusely illustrated, the book may make an inspiring gift for those wishing to make their lives greener, but it's apt to frustrate and confuse novices trying out organic, and those seeking in-depth information will have to look elsewhere. (June)