SHOOT-TO-ROOT COOK­ING

Clean Eating - - BITS & BITES THE HAPPENING -

At the be­gin­ning of Cook­ing with Scraps: Turn Your Peels, Cores, Rinds, Stems, and Other Odds and Ends into De­li­cious Meals, au­thor Lind­say-Jean Hard in­tro­duces us to the Ja­panese word mot­tainai, mean­ing re­gret re­gard­ing waste­ful­ness. This word per­fectly char­ac­ter­izes the cook­book’s ethos, in­her­ent in its 80 recipes meant to change your view of un­used or un­der­uti­lized parts of in­gre­di­ents. In­stead of cook­ing with scraps as an af­ter­thought, Lind­say en­cour­ages the reader to see the ne­glected bits as a whole other in­gre­di­ent to use in the pantry. $20, Work­man

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