Grown & Gathered by Lentil PurbrickThe first part of the book is Matt and Lentil's guide to producing your own food. The information, advice and projects can be used whether you have a 3-acre block or a courtyard with planter boxes. The Grow chapter. The Grow chapter shows you how to grow vegetables and fruit in whatever space you have, using the most earth-friendly practices; Gather explains how to forage for things like mushrooms, native greens and wild fruits; Nurture provides guidance on raising your own animals, from chickens and bees to cows. The second part of the book features over delicious, nourishing and creative wholefood recipes.
The Grown up BOOK REVIEW - Tay Book club
Natural wine! A How-To Guide from the Grown & Gathered Book
Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Close Cart. I was totally gripped throughout. During the winemaking process, we always keep everything clean with filtered water and stay tidy.More filters. Close Cart? All we ever hope for is something drinkable. And as you can see I have a very mixed music taste.
Share This. There was some good info in this book, and of course beautiful photography. Wine is the ultimate example of how important it is to experience your food. Depending on the freshest vegetables, the menu changes weekly.
Stella Charls made Caponata (pg. 284):
Anyone else feeling totally frazzled at the moment? This is the story of Alice, an introverted girl with a passion for story writing. Her aunt decides that a boarding school in the wilds of Scotland will bring Alice out of her shell — especially as this is rather an eccentric school, with rather an unusual curriculum. Friendships blossom in the form of strait-laced Jesse and mischievous joker Fergus. The Scottish setting is beautifully written, and the characters made the child within me want to be friends with them. There is also some fabulous humour in there to lighten the adventure and balance out the more serious aspects such as loss, not fitting in and the consequences of trusting someone you care for, both positive and negative.