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Sustain

Groundbreaking Recipes And Skills That Could Save The Planet

Author: Jo Barrett  

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Sustain: Groundbreaking Recipes And Skills That Could Save The Planet features over 90 recipes across 30 meals mastering a series of skills, which lead to a more sustainable kitchen.

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Sustain: Groundbreaking Recipes And Skills That Could Save The Planet features over 90 recipes across 30 meals mastering a series of skills, which lead to a more sustainable kitchen.

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Sustain: Groundbreaking Recipes And Skills That Could Save The Planet is an inspiring cookbook and beautifully designed manual of ideas to consider, practices to adopt and techniques to learn for a more sustainable kitchen. 

Author Jo Barrett is one of Australia’s most respected chefs and was part of the team behind urban eco-house futurefoodsystem, a landmark experiment in zero waste living. Her striking debut provides innovative and achievable solutions to help you connect with your food system with over 90 purposeful, nutritious recipes.

Featuring brilliant dishes from stuffed potato cakes to red pepper pasta, venison pie and plum galette, this vital book shows the home cook how to master simple skill builders – such as fermenting, preserving and using alternative ingredients – and will help save the planet one delicious meal at a time. 

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Critic Reviews

 'Jo’s mission is not only to cook beautiful food but to share her belief in how we can all make a difference to this world of ours.' – Maggie Beer, Australian chef and restaurateur

'This sleeves-rolled-up guide at the crossroads of cooking offers consideration toward a better future and deliciousness 101.' – Dan Hunter, chef and owner of Brae restaurant

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About the Author

Jo Barrett is one of Australia’s most inventive chefs specialising in sustainable cooking. Jo made her name at the acclaimed Oakridge Winery in the Yarra Valley, before joining the groundbreaking eco-living experiment futurefoodsystem in Melbourne's Federation Square. She recently opened the restaurant Little Picket in the seaside town of Lorne. Fearless and visionary, there is no one better placed to write the ultimate guide to cooking deliciously and consciously. Jo was named 'Chef of the Year' at the Good Food Guide awards 2024.  

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Product Details

Publisher
Hardie Grant Books
Published
30th August 2023
Pages
272
ISBN
9781743798843

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