Food for Free (Collins GEM) PDF ePub eBook

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  • Format Name: Food for Free (Collins GEM)
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  • Publisher: Collins
  • Data Published: 02 August 2004
  • ISBN: 0007183038
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  • Format eBook: PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
  • File Size: 52MB
  • Language: English
  • Number of Pages: 240 pages
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Fans of Food for Free will be delighted at this new format -- ideal for carrying in a rucksack. Over 100 edible plants are featured together with recipes and other interesting culinary information. With details on how to pick, when to pick and regulations on picking. This new format of a best-selling title provides a portable guide for all those who enjoy what the countryside has to offer. Over 100 plants are listed, fully illustrated and described, together with recipes and other fascinating information about their use throughout the ages. The recipes are listed so that you can plan your foray with a feast in mind. This is the ideal book for both nature-lovers and cooks. Particularly with today's emphasis on the freshest and most natural of foods. There is also practical advice on how to pick plus the countryside laws and regulations on picking wild plants.

About Richard Mabey

Richard Mabey, author and broadcaster, writes regularly for The Sunday Times, The Sunday Telegraph and The Independent. He won wide acclaim on the publication of the original Food for Free in 1972. He is an active member of national and local conservation groups and lives in Norfolk.

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    Goldfury
    17 July 2016

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    Nila
    22 March 2016

    If you are an online student is is possible to send the books back to the school for a refund check of some sort?

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      Ragonese
      17 April 2016

      Digital content (and other intellectual property) is licensed С not sold, so while first sale doctrine says you can sell the actual music CD you purchased С you can't sell or give "copies" of the CD, nor can you legally sell the original CD and then keep a digital version on your hard drive for yourself.

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      Nellie
      7 February 2016

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    Machado
    19 May 2016

    Very interesting, Kate. Thanks for sharing!

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