Eat to Save the Planet

Eat to Save the Planet

Eat to Save the Planet

'The best possible cookbook you could buy for 2021 and beyond.' - The Bookseller Simple, tempting, eco-friendly recipes that support the environment and don't make you feel like you're missing out. If the way we eat globally continues, the world is at risk of failing to meet the UN Sustainable Development Goals and the Paris Agreement. From extreme weather patterns to wild fires raging in Australia, it's little wonder that more of us than ever are worried about the environmental impact of our food decisions. Enter award-winning recipe writer for Mail on Sunday's YOU magazine and registered nutritionist, Annie Bell. The easy, family-friendly recipes in Eat to Save the Planet follow recommendations from the Lancet-EAT commissioned Planetary Health Diet, written by an international group of scientists. This flexitarian reference diet is so simple, easily accessible and tempting that you will hardly believe you're helping to save the planet as you eat. The mainstays of the Planetary Health Diet are plant-based foods, but while these ingredients are central to its recommendations, the diet doesn’t go as far as being vegetarian or vegan. So recipes in the book include modest quantities of seafood and poultry, with a small amount of red meat being optional – making this new approach to eating achievable and realistic for everyone. Whether it's Spinach, Nut and Goat's Cheese Pie, Aubergine Stuffed with Lamb and Buckwheat, or Speedy Cauliflower, Lentil and Watercress Risotto, these comforting, filling and delicious dishes will quickly become the day-to-day favourites in your kitchen.

How to Eat Right and Save the Planet

How to Eat Right and Save the Planet

How to Eat Right and Save the Planet

"Spotting the food fantasies that are destroying our health."

How to Producing Your Own Food and Save the Planet

How to Producing Your Own Food and Save the Planet

How to Producing Your Own Food and Save the Planet

✓ A manual of ethical cooking for eating tasty and healthy dishes of the Italian tradition and beyond. ✓ This manual is the result of the experience of the Italian chef Massimo Parrucci who boasts an experience in the best Italian restaurants including a 3 Michelin star✓ This guide contains invaluable and unobtainable recipes and advice to eat well, live well and have respect for our planet, ✓ it is a totally eco-sustainable manual that will improve your knowledge and your health.✓ Safeguard your planet with rare and tasty recipes

Earth Island Journal

Earth Island Journal

Earth Island Journal


Wildly Affordable Organic

Wildly Affordable Organic

Wildly Affordable Organic

Offers economical, organic recipes and shows readers how to organize their cooking, cut down on dishwashing, and reduce waste.

No Waste Save The Planet Vegan Cookbook

No Waste Save The Planet Vegan Cookbook

No Waste Save The Planet Vegan Cookbook

The No-Waste Save-the-Planet Vegan Cookbook delivers 100 delicious and waste-free recipes and more than 100 specific action steps anyone can take at home.

Enough

Enough

Enough

*** 'An astonishing accomplishment that might be the most important book we ever read, it will change the way you look at what we eat forever.' - Dr Max Pemberton 'A wonderfully written guide for anyone who wants to eat better and save the world at the same time. Essential reading for anyone who cares about the planet.' - Thomasina Miers How changing what you eat can save the planet Our food production systems are the single biggest cause of environmental change, while diseases linked to our eating habits are at epidemic levels and increasing. Enough. uses the latest scientific research to address this vital question: can we provide a growing population with a healthy diet from sustainable food systems? Fortunately for us all, the answer is yes. Enough. shows exactly how we can tackle both of these urgent, interconnected challenges at the same time. Using a seminal piece of research published in 2019, the Planetary HealthDiet (PHD), Dr Coburn reveals the hidden consequences of our food choices, and how we can easily make changes which are better for ourselves and the planet. She details which food groups we should be eating, which we should avoid - and why. Changing our way of eating is something that every one of us has the power to do. Enough. is a clear, ultimately hopeful and hugely important roadmap for both own health - and the planet's.

1 001 Ways to Save the Planet

1 001 Ways to Save the Planet

1 001 Ways to Save the Planet

A comprehensive, down-to-earth guide details what the average person can do to clean up and help preserve the environment, and includes a list of sources for further information