All Life Depends on Soil: A Successful Gardener Must First Know the Nature of His Soil

All Life Depends on Soil: A Successful Gardener Must First Know the Nature of His Soil

by Susanne Wilder

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Overview

This first mini book in the Medicinal Menus For Degenerative Diseases series covers topics like vertical integration, companionate gardening, naturally enhancing your growing area, small space gardening, and sources for learning the art of gardening, as well as covering such interesting topics as edible weeds, sprouting and foraging at the farmers markets.

The author, a Cordon Bleu-trained chef and home economist, also includes more than 45 easy to prepare recipes that embrace the ideals covered in the text. Recipes include Fast & Furious Fresh Smoothies, Berry Yummy Muffins, Watercress Creamy Dreamy Dressing, Spicy Sweet Tomato Sipping Soup, Organic Garden Patch Green Salad, Baramundi on Citrus Savory Sago with Fruit Salsa, Mango Aphrodisiac Passion Fruit Sauce and Chocolate Decadent Killer Liability Mousse.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940151993784
Publisher: Susanne Wilder
Publication date: 04/15/2015
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 4 MB

About the Author

Susanne E Wilder, CFE, Cert IV, Dip Ed, BS FNIM is a Home Economist (Washington State University), Reformed Cordon Bleu Chef, nutrition consultant, travel writer, culinary consultant in the food industry to worldwide resorts. Additionally she is an in and instructor/trainer with three decades of experience in the foodservice and consumer food segments as well as a media spokesperson for wellness and lifestyle. Avocationally, Susanne is also a Hatha Yoga instructor, as well as a roller-blading, biking, kayaking, and fishing bon vivant! Currently she is working on new formulas and PR for various organic and healthy Australian food clients. She enjoys experiencing and writing food and adventure travel articles for IFWTWA (International Food Wine Travel Writers Association) and many other on and off line publications.

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