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The Art-of Plant Based Cheesemaking

by: Sara on 12/03/2018

'Tis the season of hosting friends and family, which invariably includes serving food, often with the added challenge of meeting a variety of dietary needs. But I think most of us, whether meat eater, vegetarian, vegan or lactose-intolerant, can agree that cheese is a staple of holiday entertaining. So today we are featuring an excerpt from the …

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Winter Book Sale Starts Today

by: Sara on 12/01/2018

It is time for New Society Publishers Winter book sale. Receive 40% off all all New Society print and ebooks (excluding New Catalyst titles) until December 7th. Just enter the code Winter18 at check out and hit redeem. Free shipping on orders totaling $60 after discount.

Whether you are shopping for friends and family or are looking for something …

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The Year-Round Hoophouse with author Pam Dawling

by: Sara on 11/21/2018

Today's author interview is with Pam Dawling, the author of The Year-round Hoophouse: Polytunnels for All Seasons and All Climates. Pam Dawling has been farming and providing training in sustainable vegetable production in a large variety of climates for over 40 years, 14 of which have been hoophouse growing. She is also the author of the …

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DIY Kombucha - an Interview with Red Seal Chef Andrea Potter

by: EJ on 10/22/2018

DIY Kombucha: Sparkling Homebrews Made Easy is not just a beautiful book to look at, it is packed full of practical advice on everything you need to know to successfully brew your own sparkling teas.  Chef Andrea Potter was our guest on Facebook last week and answered dozens of questions about kombucha.  Today she answers a few more in her author …

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An Interview with the author of The Memory We Could Be, Daniel Macmillen Voskoboynik

by: Sara on 10/05/2018

This week's author interview is with Daniel Macmillen Voskoboynik, the author of The Memory We Could Be: Overcoming Fear to Create Our Ecological Future. In it he links history with biology, economics with physics, to join the dots between our overlapping crises, illustrating in human terms the world we could lose and the world we can still win.

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