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The Locavore’s Handbook by Leda Meredith August 6, 2012

Posted by sandyclaus in Food Culture.
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A Specific Perspective

While The Locavore’s Handbook is an excellent entry point for locavores who fear breaking the bank as they seek to eat local foods, it is also written strongly from a Northeast, particularly New York City, point of view. On the one hand, someone could see this as limiting, particularly for readers from other areas of the countries. Someone on the West Coast or in the Midwest, for example, would find the planting guides and produce seasonality lists misleading at best. On the other hand, if you’re in the tri-state area, The Locavore’s Handbook is chock full of local resources, reference points, and geographically specific tips.

via The Locavore’s Handbook by Leda Meredith.

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