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Book Review: Basics with a Twist | Energy Bulletin: In the book Sanwald takes readers through the growing season...

Book Review: Basics with a Twist | Energy Bulletin: In the book Sanwald takes readers through the growing season...

I’m not one for cookbooks but Basics with a Twist by Kim Sanwald has truly inspired me to transform my own cooking with the same zeal and enthusiasm as Julie had when she went through Julia Child’s classic, Mastering the Art of French Cooking . I buy local and organic food as much as possible, but find that not only do I have to force myself to eat vegetables, but I lack enough ways to cook them besides the handy but boring steaming and stir frying. Many farmers market patrons and Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) members have a similar problem. Sanwald’s book is just for us! As a truck farmer at Brickyard Farms in southwestern Michigan, Sanwald and her partner, Valerie Lane, grow 17 varieties of tomatoes, seven varieties of potatoes, hard garlic, three varieties of beets, seven varieties of carrots as well as different greens including collards, kale, Swiss chard, spi...

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