THE NATURAL KITCHEN: Your Guide to the Sustainable Food Revolution was published in September 2010

your guide to the sustainable food revolution

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Deborah Eden Tull’s book will change your life and how you relate to food
and to the planet on a daily basis. It is a guide to help people make the
shift from “consumers” to “earth stewards,” and teaches an approach to
food and cooking that is about celebrating nature, mindfulness, community,
pleasure, and long-term sustainability, rather than convenience and

Helena Norberg-Hodge, Founder
International Society for Ecology and Culture
Author of Ancient Futures: Learning from Ladakh

We are what we eat. And if what we eat is genetically modified, industrially grown and processed toxic junk, we are turning our bodies into a junkyard and a graveyard. Nature’s kitchen shows how you can bring back reverence for food,for your body and for the earth.And like the examples cited, you too can join this amazing revolution in the making – one kitchen at a time,one meal at a time.

Vandana Shiva, Founder Navdanya
Author, Monocultures of the Mind
Stolen Harvest: The Hijacking of the Global Food Supply
Biopiracy: The Plunder of Nature and Knowledge