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This fabulous cookbook has been shortlisted for The People's Book Prize and been featured in the Sunday Times Oxford Literary Festival and in the Gourmand Magazine.
This cookbook and rough guide to ethical eating is not just for teens though, it's for everyone who wants to eat well, pay less and save the planet! The Green Teen Cookbook has been created by young people, with over 70 mouth-watering recipes that won t cost the earth.
It's divided into two sections: A Rough Guide To Ethical Eating, and Recipes That Don't Cost The Earth. The Rough Guide To Ethical Eating covers topics such as What is Freeganism? Whats a Flexitarian? Are food additives bad? Is fair trade good? Are supermarkets unavoidable? Has your lunch flown too many air miles? Organic or not?
The Recipes That Don't Cost The Earth has great recipes for Breakfast On The Go, Lunch Munches, Tapas For Parties and many more great recipes for any and all situations. This book is THE perfect gift for young people learning to cook, for students on a budget and for all those interested in pursuing an eco-friendly lifestyle.
The Green Teen Cookbook contains over 70 recipes contributed by young people from around the world. Also involved in the project were Jamie Oliver's Fifteen Foundation, Acornhouse Restaurant, and various schools, colleges, youth groups as well as individuals. The cookbook was edited by Laurane Marchive who spent six months cooking and testing all the recipes that were submitted for the project. She studied Political Science and French Literature and has worked as a journalist in India, Indonesia and France. She currently works in London as an editor, translator and rights agent as well as a freelance circus performer.
My soon to be 12yo loved this book, as did the teenagers of a friend who I
bribed asked to review it for me. It would make a great gift for teenagers of all ages and has great advice for everyone to live by. I've cooked some of the recipes from it and they taste delicious!
I have a copy of the cookbook to give away to one lucky reader of my blog. To enter just leave a comment on this post and tell me what your top tip is for reducing food waste.
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This giveaway is open to all readers over 18 who live in the UK and have a mainland UK mailing address.
Entries close at 10pm on Friday 20th April 2012. The winner will be contacted by Monday 23rd April 2012.
The winner will be chosen using Random.org and announced on this blog.
The winner will be contacted via e-mail and/or Twitter, if there is no response within 3 days another winner shall be drawn using Random.org.
Best of luck everyone!