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Gaia S Kitchen

Author : Julia Ponsonby
ISBN : 1900322250
Genre : Cooking
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Updating the first edition—winner of the Gourmand World Cookbook award for best vegetarian cookbook of 2001—the cuisine featured in Gaia's Kitchen calls upon the best of Mediterranean, Californian, Indian, and Mexican vegetarian cooking. It celebrates old favorites rich in cheese and eggs and offers a variety of tempting new vegan dishes using ingredients such as pulses, tofu, and tempeh. Besides soups, main courses, and salads, there's a mouthwatering selection of desserts, breads, cakes, and biscuits. Gaia's Kitchen also explores the issues of nutrition, special diets, and the ecological dimension of food production. The recipes are the tried and tested creations of Julia Ponsonby and her colleagues at Schumacher College in Devon, England, which for almost twenty years has been brewing up a unique potpourri of human connections, raising ecological awareness, and stimulating taste buds.
Category: Cooking

Gaia S Feasts

Author : Julia Ponsonby
ISBN : 0857840525
Genre : Cooking
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Gaia's Feasts is the much-anticipated follow-up to Gaia's Kitchen, winner of the Gourmand Best Vegetarian Cookbook prize. With inspiration from home and around the world, it offers an introduction to the Slow Food and Local Food movements, together with a mouth-watering selection of vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free recipes, including: Soups Mains Salads Dips & Spreads Desserts Cakes Cookies Breads Every recipe gives family-sized quantities, as well as scaled-up amounts for groups as large as 50. Whether you're seeking new vegetarian recipes, or looking to expand your meat-free range, Gaia's Feasts will inspire you to cook delicious food for family, friends, and community.
Category: Cooking

Gaia Abducted

Author : Francine Pascal
ISBN : 9780689860195
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Gaia learns some shocking news about her mother and father that has her questioning her lack of fear and her desire to escape the heartbreaking situation.
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Words And Wonderings

Author : Joy Mead
ISBN : 9781849521895
Genre : Religion
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Through conversations and connections Joy Mead explores the true meaning of community - beyond the jargon of 'community cohesion' and the 'Big Society'. Includes conversations with Satish Kumar, Sir Peter Maxwell Davies, Lesley Saunders, Julia Ponsonby, Stephen Raw and others.
Category: Religion

Against The Machine

Author : Nicols Fox
ISBN : 159726833X
Genre : History
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"Against the Machine is timely, compelling, and important. Its intellectual sweep extends from the transcendental to the transistor, covering much unfamiliar ground and reviving a long-neglected tradition of dissent." -ERIC SCHLOSSER, AUTHOR OF FAST FOOD NATION "Against the Machine is luminous, lyrical, impassioned, profound. I had to put the book down every few paragraphs and breathe in relief." -CHELLIS GLENDINNING, ORION "[Fox] carefully and convincingly makes her case that there have always been reasonable, indeed often brilliant, people who were not at all sure that technology was solving more problems than it created." -HARPER'S MAGAZINE From the cars we drive to the instant messages we receive, from debate about genetically modified foods to astonishing strides in cloning, robotics, and nanotechnology, it would be hard to deny technology's powerful grip on our lives. To stop and ask whether this digitized, implanted reality is quite what we had in mind when we opted for progress, or to ask if we might not be creating more problems than we solve, is likely to peg us as hopelessly backward or suspiciously eccentric. Yet not only questioning, but challenging technology turns out to have a long and noble history.In this timely and incisive work, Nicols Fox examines contemporary resistance to technology and places it in a surprising historical context. She brilliantly illuminates the rich but oftentimes unrecognized literary and philosophical tradition that has existed for nearly two centuries, since the first Luddites--the ""machine breaking"" followers of the mythical Ned Ludd--lifted their sledgehammers in protest against the Industrial Revolution. Tracing that current of thought through some of the great minds of the 19th and 20th centuries--William Blake, Mary Shelley, Charles Dickens, John Ruskin, William Morris, Henry David Thoreau, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Robert Graves, Aldo Leopold, Rachel Carson, and many others--Fox demonstrates that modern protests against consumptive lifestyles and misgivings about the relentless march of mechanization are part of a fascinating hidden history. She shows as well that the Luddite tradition can yield important insights into how we might reshape both technology and modern life so that human, community, and environmental values take precedence over the demands of the machine.In Against the Machine, Nicols Fox writes with compelling immediacy--bringing a new dimension and depth to the debate over what technology means, both now and for our future.
Category: History


Author : H. A. Swain
ISBN : 9781250061843
Genre : Young Adult Fiction
File Size : 44.8 MB
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For fans of The Giver, a futuristic thriller with a diverse cast. In Thalia's world, there is no more food and no need for food, as everyone takes medication to ward off hunger. Her parents both work for the company that developed the drugs society consumes to quell any food cravings, and they live a life of privilege as a result. When Thalia meets a boy who is part of an underground movement to bring food back, she realizes that there is an entire world outside her own. She also starts to feel hunger, and so does the boy. Are the meds no longer working? Together, they set out to find the only thing that will quell their hunger: real food. It's a journey that will change everything Thalia thought she knew. But can a "privy" like her ever truly be part of a revolution?
Category: Young Adult Fiction


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ISBN : NWU:35556041087826
Genre : Conservation of natural resources
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Category: Conservation of natural resources

Gaia S Children

Author : Paul Kieniewicz
ISBN : 9781780880860
Genre : Aberdeenshire (Scotland)
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This Scottish novel offers a glimpse of a world ravaged by climate change, where heroes struggle against impossible odds to preserve the land, and those whom they love. In a fast paced narrative, the reader is drawn into the lives of climate refugees.Aberdeenshire 2050 In a world transformed by climate change, Scotland has become a war zone. City gangs battle homesteaders for food supplies. An unstoppable plague kills one in ten. A new race is born, the Lupans: golden-eyed and wild, they reject their mothers and live apart, speaking no recognizable language. Alienated from society, these Lupans are even hunted for sport.For thirty years Linella Sienkiewicz has taken in climate refugees. She has protected Lupans from captivity and death. But the Scottish government, responding to public xenophobia, plans to imprison the refugees and destroy the Lupan colony. The only man who can help her is Scott Maguire, a lawyer on the run. Infected by plague he has taken shelter among the Lupans. He discovers a fascinating and impenetrable society, destined to take up the evolutionary torch from the human race. Even as he is healed and transformed by living with them, he uncovers a secret that could spell salvation for humanity – but at a terrible cost. Against impossible odds, Scott and Linella must stop the approaching army. If the Lupans are destroyed the last hope for the survival of the human race will be gone.
Category: Aberdeenshire (Scotland)

Mindful Thoughts For Cooks

Author : Julia Ponsonby
ISBN : 9781782406235
Genre : Cooking
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Embracing cooking as a spiritually-nourishing meditation is a deliciously simple path to reconnecting ourselves to what we eat every day—this beautifully illustrated little book reminds us how to do it. Mindful Thoughts for Cooks presents 25 thoughtful insights into the holistic health and wellbeing we can digest through the everyday process and experience of cooking. Holistic cook Julia Ponsonby shares the true value of eating homemade, real food, mixing together practical and soulful ingredients with a dash of nature’s alchemy, to present a carefully crafted dish that every discerning cook will want to taste and savor.
Category: Cooking


Author : Francine Pascal
ISBN : 9780743443982
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
File Size : 62.19 MB
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Finally sure of her feelings for Ed, Gaia is devastated after an attempt is made on his life, especially since she cannot seem to go back to her formerly fearless state, prompting her to isolate herself from him and her other friends.
Category: Juvenile Fiction