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Tropical Food Gardens

Author : Leonie Norrington
ISBN : STANFORD:36105132888376
Genre : Fruit-culture
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This book blends horticultural science with personal experience to create a book full of sound advice, enthusiasm and a genuine love of the natural world. Have you ever wondered how to grow such exotic vegetables as snake beans, water chestnuts and loofahs? Luscious fruits such as rambutants, mangoes, carambolas, abiu? Herbs like vanilla, turmeric and galangal? The book will show you how to propagate, grow and use these and a wide range of other herbs, vegetables and fruits in tropical and sub-tropical climates, ranging from Darwin to Sydney.

The Constant Gardener

Author : Holly Kerr Forsyth
ISBN : 9780522854329
Genre : Gardening
File Size : 78. 25 MB
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Covering an enormous range of subjects, this essential guide to your garden describes how to cultivate and care for your favourite plants; how to grow fruit trees, lay a lawn or design a 'potager'. The Constant Gardener reveals the fascinating history of the rose, discusses pruning techniques, tells you how to create nutrient-rich compost, pave a path or lay a hedge. It is packed with handy hints, recipes and stories.

Tropical Food Chemistry And Nutrition

Author : George Inglett
ISBN : 9780323143103
Genre : Cooking
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Tropical Foods: Chemistry and Nutrition, Volume 2 contains the proceedings of an International Conference on Tropical Foods: Chemistry and Nutrition, held in Honolulu, Hawaii, on March 28-30, 1979. The papers explore the chemical and nutritional aspects of tropical foods from around the world, including vegetables, coconut foods, wheat, and soybean foods. This volume is comprised of 19 chapters and begins with an overview of the nutritional aspects of some tropical plant foods by focusing on nutrition, the nutritional composition of some plant foods, and the applications and limitations of food composition tables, along with assessment of nutritional status and some obstacles to nutritional health. The next chapter surveys tropical foods in the Far East, with emphasis on the processing and nutritional evaluation of fermented foods as well as fermentation and other methods of food preservation. Vegetable production in tropical Asian countries such as the Philippines is also considered. Subsequent chapters look at tropical home gardens as a nutrition intervention, tropical foods in Central America, and some aspects of traditional African foods. This book should be a valuable resource for biochemists, nutritionists, and nutritional scientists.

Small Vegetable Gardens Resource Packet

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ISBN : MINN:31951D03250441T
Genre : Vegetable gardening
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Food Gardens For A Changing World

Author : Daniela Soleri
ISBN : 9781789240986
Genre : Science
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Tropical Cuisine

Author : Clare Richards
ISBN : 9780987258205
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 69. 7 MB
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Tropical Cuisine: Cooking in Clare's Kitchen is the world's first comprehensive reference cookbook for the tropics and for tropical produce. It includes over 250 interesting and simple recipes using both common and unusual tropical ingredients. Winner Best Innovative Cookbook in Australia 2010, Gourmand World Cookbook Awards. ‘This excellent book fills a significant gap in the reference shelves of any cook...’ quote from the foreword by Stephanie Alexander Tropical Cuisine: Cooking in Clare’s Kitchen also contains an encyclopaedia of tropical fruits, vegetables, herbs and spices, detailing how to select, store, prepare and cook these ingredients. Open up a whole new world of culinary possibilities! Tropical Cuisine: Cooking in Clare’s Kitchen features produce originating from all the tropical zones of the world, and draws on the culinary traditions of all tropical food cultures. All of the featured produce is available commercially or grows abundantly in home gardens of the sub-tropical and tropical regions of the world. Clare lets us in on the secrets of paradise in Tropical Cuisine: Cooking in Clare’s Kitchen, helping us become acquainted with and confident in the use of tropical produce. A valuable reference for chefs, passionate home cooks, growers, food businesses, kitchen garden programs, community gardens, schools, and cooking and hospitality programs.

The Importance Of Family Food Gardens On Farms In South Central Wisconsin

Author : Thomas Richard Halbach
ISBN : WISC:89105677736
Genre : Truck farming
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Tropical Home Gardens

Author : Kathleen Landauer
ISBN : MINN:31951D00514186Q
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Barbados In Bloom Tropical Gardens And Plants

Author : Derek St. Romaine
ISBN : 9789768081124
Genre : Gardens
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Tropical Planting And Gardening

Author : H. F. Macmillan
ISBN : WISC:89050697713
Genre : Gardening
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