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Food is an integral part of our lives. And in recent years, more and more people have been asking questions about the food they eat: How does that food get to our plates? How was it grown? What chemicals were used? How was the animal treated? What are the impacts on the environment? In Whole Larder Love, Rohan Anderson gives us easy-to-follow tips and instructions for setting up a home garden, the best practices for hunting and trapping small game and for catching fish, guidance on how to identify and collect edible food growing in the wild, and the proper tools, gear and resources to use. Additionally, he gives us a slew of exciting recipes for our ingredients once they've been collected. This combination of how-to manual and cookbook is beautifully illustrated in full colour with Anderson's own photographs, capturing the ingredients, the gear, the rural surroundings and the exquisite finished dishes in rich and vivid detail. And with suggestions for possible substitutions and tips on bartering and selecting food from farmer's markets, Whole Larder Love is perfect for foodies, farmers, hunters, gardeners - even urbanites looking to inject their lives with a little rural romance - and anyone else interested in getting more involved with the origins of the food they eat.
Rohan Anderson is a modern-day food warrior. Raised on a small farm in rural Victoria, Anderson developed not only an affinity for nature, but also an understanding and appreciation of the role nature plays in providing sustenance. Anderson has taken these lessons into his adult life where he now grows, hunts, fishes and forages in wild and urban surrounds to feed his family. He also documents his adventures through photography, sharing his recipes, slow food philosophies and sometimes contentious views on his hugely popular blog, Whole Larder Love. Describing himself not as a chef, but rather a family cook, Anderson is influenced by rustic, peasant-style cooking, with minimal fuss involved. It's unlikely that you'll find Anderson at the supermarket; instead he is usually wandering around his garden, strolling through forests, foraging for wild mushrooms, hunting in paddocks, and fishing in cool mountain streams.