The Il­lus­trated Book of Ed­i­ble Plants

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By Jack Staub; Il­lus­trated by Ellen Shep­pard Buchert [2017, Gibbs Smith] Log home devo­tees ap­pre­ci­ate a nat­u­ral life­style, and that doesn’t stop with where we live. With the de­sire for whole, nat­u­ral foods tak­ing an in­creas­ing role in our di­ets, we care about the source and back­ground of what we eat more than ever. As po­etic as it is in­for­ma­tive, The Il­lus­trated Book of Ed­i­ble Plants gives us a glance into the ori­gin, his­tory, ben­e­fits and use of com­mon fruits, veg­gies and herbs, as well as some that veer off the typ­i­cal gar­den path. With its charm­ing, old-fash­ioned illustrations, this book is like turn­ing back a page in time while you look to boost your fu­ture well-be­ing.

Avail­able at ma­jor book re­tail­ers [$24.99, hard­back, 175 pages] For info about cre­at­ing an ed­i­ble land­scape around your log home,

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