With her fourth book, "The No Waste Vegetable Cookbook," “garden foodie” Linda Ly offers easy and doable practices to minimize food waste and create delicious meals. It’s more than a cookbook as it offers inventive and easy ways to minimize kitchen waste and opt for creative ways to utilize every part of a plant. From pickling watermelon rinds to making pesto from kale stems, the 80 recipes are inspiring and full of flavor and freshness from the garden. Chapters cover a variety of vegetables and their edible parts, providing options for tomatoes, peppers, leafy greens, peas, beans, bulbs, stems, roots, tubers, melons, gourds, flowers, and herbs. Whether you're a seasoned cook or a beginner, this cookbook will help you make the most of your produce and reduce food waste.
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Gardener and cookbook author Lindy Ly suggests:
- How plant scraps from the garden can make for nutritious food
- Tool tips and cook’s notes handy for healthy cooking
- Practical tips for sustainable practices to reduce food waste