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Farmlife : from farm to table and new country culture / conceived, edited, and designed by Gestalten ; edited by Robert Klanten and Caroline Kurze ; project texts by Feride Yalav-Heckeroth ; feature texts by Linsey Rendell ; recipes by Nina Saharaoui ; illustrations by Florian Bayer.

Contributor(s): Klanten, Robert [editor.] | Kurze, Caroline [editor.] | Yalav-Heckeroth, Feride [writer of supplementary textual content.] | Rendell, Linsey [writer of supplementary textual content.] | Saharaoui, Nina [writer of supplementary textual content.] | Bayer, Florian [illustrator.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Berlin, Germany : Gestalten, 2018Description: 255 pages : colour illustrations ; 29 cm.Content type: text | still image Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9783899559187; 3899559185.Other title: Farm life : from farm to table and new country culture.Subject(s): Farm life | Farms, Small | Sustainable agriculture | Agriculture -- Environmental aspects | Self-reliant living | Vegetable gardening | Orchards | Food animals | CookingGenre/Form: Anecdotes.DDC classification: 630 Summary: "Fresh eggs. Grandmother's pickling jars. Backyard orchards. Return to the good life with this inspiring volume. Living on the land and learning to reap the benefits of nature. From farm-fresh eggs and herb gardens that enrich home cooked meals to beekeeping to aid in the pollination of small crops, there's a lifestyle that exists in harmony with our environments. These locales reveal and embrace the many layers of this way of life. Activities such as canning and marmalade making are given new life in these pages. Whether autumnal foraging for mushrooms or learning the different flavors of varying apple varietals or enjoying the fresh spring leaves of kale and spinach, Farmlife is a cornucopia of inspiration for living more intentionally and more interactively with our surroundings."-- Provided by publisher.
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Living on the land and learning to reap the benefits of nature. From farm-fresh eggs and herb gardens that enrich home cooked meals to beekeeping to aid in the pollination of small crops, there's a lifestyle that exists in harmony with our environments. These locales reveal and embrace the many layers of this way of life Activities such as canning and marmalade making are given new life in these pages. Whether autumnal foraging for mushrooms or learning the different flavors of varying apple varietals or enjoying the fresh spring leaves of kale and spinach, Farmlife is a cornucopia of inspiration for living more intentionally and more interactively with our surroundings.

Includes index.

"Fresh eggs. Grandmother's pickling jars. Backyard orchards. Return to the good life with this inspiring volume. Living on the land and learning to reap the benefits of nature. From farm-fresh eggs and herb gardens that enrich home cooked meals to beekeeping to aid in the pollination of small crops, there's a lifestyle that exists in harmony with our environments. These locales reveal and embrace the many layers of this way of life. Activities such as canning and marmalade making are given new life in these pages. Whether autumnal foraging for mushrooms or learning the different flavors of varying apple varietals or enjoying the fresh spring leaves of kale and spinach, Farmlife is a cornucopia of inspiration for living more intentionally and more interactively with our surroundings."-- Provided by publisher.