|dandelion, nasturtium, seakale fruit and yellow beetroots|
|radishes in a pot|
the notion that our diet should be composed of things that are available and seasonal in our surroundings is at once both retro and revolutionary. our ancestors surely ate like that, but we've become accustomed to the availability of tomatoes and strawberries year-round. we can have what we like, whenever we like, because it's there on our grocery store shelves. but what if we returned to seasonal eating? what we ate more root vegetables and cabbage in the winter and only ate tomatoes in the summer? what if we used wild plants from our forests and ditches? what if we ate more game? more fish? what if we were more closely bound to our surroundings in our diet?
|pork neck, bulrushes, violets and malt|
|dessert of flowers|
if you get the chance, at least borrow this book from your local library.