Kitchen Sink Farming
The Complete SetBook - 2016
The world’s healthiest and most delicious foods aren't available in stores. It’s a good thing, too, because then you might miss out on the particular satisfaction of eating something you grew yourself, as local as your kitchen sink, as fresh as picking it when take your first bite. Growing, sprouting, and fermenting your own food is also surprisingly easy and really cheap, and once you try it, it’d be laughable to pay someone else to do it. This book is straight-forward, informative, and inspiring proof that anyone, anywhere, at any time, can be enjoying a bounty of tasty and nutritious food with very little work and expense.
Publisher: Portland, OR: Stone Soup Publications, 
Characteristics: 541 pages : illustrations; c25 cm