The Use-it-all Cookbook
100 Delicious Recipes to Make the Most of Your Food

By Bish Muir

The Use-it-all Cookbook
Paperback, 160 pages £12.95
Published: 9th October 2008
ISBN: 9781900322300
Format: 233mm x 190mm

Category: GREEN LIVING & SELF-SUFFICIENCY

Do you have to throw away that single carrot?
How can you make that cold chicken tasty?
Can you use that half pot of yoghurt at the back of the fridge?
The Use-It-All Cookbook is packed with ideas for using your leftovers including that sad-looking carrot or hard cheese at the back of the fridge. Soups, stews, pies, and risottos sit alongside delicious quick recipes and tasty juices and smoothies. It includes:

  •   an easy to use A-Z of leftover food and how to use it up
  •   basic recipes which can be adapted for a variety of leftovers
  •   quick and easy recipe ideas
  •   advice on planning, buying and storing food

The average household puts over £500-worth of edible food in the bin every year, and food waste in landfill sites is a serious contributor to global warming. With The Use-It-All Cookbook you can drastically reduce your food waste, save money and do your bit for the planet at the same time.

Why we should use up
all our food
Storing food safely
Must-have ingredients
Composting
Essential tools
A-Z of over 100 recipes
Planning your shopping

Bish Muir

From a young age Bish Muir helped her mother in the kitchen, and learned how to use up all the food in the cupboard, make the most of what ingredients were there and not throw anything away. In The Use-It-All Cookbook she has called on both her own recipes and those which have been in her family for years. She lives with her husband and children in an increasingly self-sufficient and eco-friendly farmhouse in North Devon.



Publication Details:

Binding: Paperback, 160 pages
ISBN: 9781900322300
Format: 233mm x 190mm
two colour with line drawings

BIC Code: WBA
BISAC Code:  CKB000000
Imprint: Green Books


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