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Kikuchi Family Sustainable Cooking Recipes July 1st 2011

Kikuchi Family Sustainable Cooking Recipes July 1st 2011

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S
USTAINABLE COOKINGRECIPES
RespectforNature
 
Contents
Introduction
“Food forThought andAction “ byArthur Kikuchi
KaleSwiss chardParsleyRadishesChivesFava beans (Broad beans)ZucchiniRunner BeansGarlicJerusalem artichokesGrainsNasturtiumsGreen Leaves of Root VegetablesPestosUltimately sustainable dishesSweet TreatsCoffee and TeaAlternativeEdible Native (and Wild) Food PlantsSustainable cooking tipsAfterwordAppendixesResources
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Introduction
On our small farm on Pender Island, British Columbia, Canada, we are making every possible effort tomove towards a sustainable lifestyle. In our natural way of farming, we try to grow food more sustainably.Instead of relying on off- island inputs such as synthetic fertilizers, commercial potting soils, peat moss ormanure, we use natural resources available in our backyard garden, such as leaves from the trees, grassclippings, and anything else on our site to make natural compost.For the same reason, I developed the following recipes using plants that we grow on our farm and that arepossible to grow in our temperate zone. Although the recipes may not be gourmet, they will provide youwith the wonderful taste of nature.I am grateful to Clarice Bloomenthal for editing advice, to Julia and Gregory Nicholls for sharing theirbeautiful harvest, to Mae Moore and Lester Quitzau for Mason bee advice, to Nancy Silo for sharing herpottery skills, to Micha Rogg who changed our life style by teaching us how to make German- stylehealthy sour dough bread and sprouted bread, to Elizabeth Clarke for Tisanes (herbal infusions ) informa-tion, to many Pender Island local people for sharing huge amount of apples, pears, plums, grapes, hazelnutsand walnuts, to Michael Sketch for uploading information and to Julie Johnston for uploading the recipes.Special thanks to my 10 years old son, Kenta, who photographed all the recipes so artistically and to 8years old daughter, Yoko, for all the illustrations.Sanae KikuchiPender Island B.C., CanadaJune, 2011

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I love your website Sanae. It's very inspiring. I have some of your miso starter that Micha gave me. I'll call you sometime. I want to learn the process for making miso. Thanks for your beautiful thoughts. Thank you for you. Eroca
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