MANAGING YOUR PERSONAL FOOD SUPPLY by Ray--Ed. Wolf

MANAGING YOUR PERSONAL FOOD SUPPLY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

For those familiar with the evils of commercially processed food, here's an option that assumes grand ambitions and lots of time. A guide for total food production, it offers instructions for everything from growing your own produce and raising small livestock to turning your kitchen into a processing center complete with meat grinder and vegetable shredder. The organic message is expectably clear: out with meat, potatoes, and flour that makes good glue, bring on the fiber, unsprayed vegetables, and complementary protein balancing. Recipes and relevant tables (feed conversion ratios, food processing costs) included.

Pub Date: Feb. 1st, 1977
Publisher: Rodale