Do media headlines about the damaging effects of the food we eat make you despair? The advice we see can be confusing, uninspiring (all numbers and exclusion boxes), or make us feel that everything we eat is wrong. The good news is that you don’t have to to be bamboozled, particularly with statistics about greenhouse gas emissions. Reconnect instead to the world of real food, grown by farmers using age-old ways suiting to their local landscape. This is a compact, but deep dive into sustainable food. Liz Pearson Mann takes you on a journey around the English West Midlands – a diverse landscape with a rich food history. It’s relevant to where you live too. Having spent many years working in archaeology, she gives you her perspective on food. It’s a story of small farms, nature-friendly farming, of poop, rare breed sheet, cider, hops & ancient grains. Come on a journey! Discover how people have always fed themselves from the ground beneath their feet, and how you can too. Tune into your local farmscape. Find out how you can reconnect. And how the past can show us the way for the future.
Eat Like Your Ancestors (From the Ground Beneath Your Feet) by Worcester Author Liz Pearson-Mann
A Sustainable Food Journey Around the English West Midlands, authored by valued Pack It In customer Liz.
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