Food from your Forest Garden : How to harvest, cook and preserve your forest garden produce. (eBook, 2014) [WorldCat.org]
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Food from your Forest Garden : How to harvest, cook and preserve your forest garden produce.
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Food from your Forest Garden : How to harvest, cook and preserve your forest garden produce.

Author: Martin Crawford; Caroline Aitken
Publisher: New York : UIT Cambridge Ltd., 2014.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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How do you cook heartnuts, hawthorn fruits or hostas? What's the best way to preserve autumn olives or to dry chestnuts? Forest gardening – a novel way of growing edible crops in different vertical layers – is attracting increasing interest, for gardens large or small. But when it comes to harvest time, how do you make the most of the produce? From bamboo shoots and beech leaves to medlars and mashua, Food  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Crawford, Martin.
Food from your Forest Garden : How to harvest, cook and preserve your forest garden produce.
New York : UIT Cambridge Ltd., ©2014
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Martin Crawford; Caroline Aitken
ISBN: 9780857841148 0857841149 9780857841131 0857841130
OCLC Number: 887506425
Description: 1 online resource (256 pages)
Contents: Front cover; Inside cover; Copyright page; Contents; Acknowledgements; Dedication; Introduction; PART 1: HARVESTING AND PRESERVING; Chapter 1: Harvesting; Chapter 2: Traditional preserves; Chapter 3: Drying fruit and nuts; Chapter 4: Fermenting; PART 2: RECIPES USING FRESH PRODUCE; Chapter 5: Spring; Chapter 6: Summer; Chapter 7: Autumn; Chapter 8: Winter; Appendix 1: Forest garden food plants; Appendix 2: Plants by month of use; Resources; Picture credits; Index of recipes; Index; Also by Green Books; About Green Books.

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Creative and imaginative ways to enjoy the crops of a forest garden, from bamboo shoots and beech leaves to medlars and mashua.  Read more...

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People said, "You can't grow a forest garden in this climate!" Martin Crawford resoundingly proved that you can and that it can be abundant. They said, "That's all very well but what can we do with Read more...

 
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