Daphne Lambert introduces a new model of publishing that connects authors, publishers and readers
Living Food – a feast for soil & soul brings alive the connections between the food we eat and the health of the planet; the book weaves its way through the seasons of nature celebrating each new harvest with simple recipes and shares with you a wealth of medicinal nutrition that supports health through the seasons of life from conception and birth through to elder-ship.
Soil, interconnectedness, simplicity, seasonal alchemy and beauty underpin the Living Food journey. Food is a major part of what integrates every organism into the environment in which it exists, it is our most intimate relationship with nature. By exploring this relationship it helps us to understand that our health and the health of the planet are interconnected: there is no division – we are one.
A diet of natural foods, sourced locally where possible, simply prepared observing traditional wisdom, acknowledges our inter-being with the Earth. These foods support low carbon living, minimise damage to natural resources, help to mitigate climate change and contribute to thriving local economies and sustainable livelihoods. By being mindful about what we eat, we become aware that nourishing ourselves and nourishing the Earth go hand in hand and in this place of presence, awareness and consciousness we find soul.
A new model of publishing
Unbound has created a new model of publishing – a collaboration between reader, author and publisher. This is how it works: in order to get the book published on its initial print run, there must be enough potential readers pledging to support the book financially. Unbound will publish Living Food as soon as the book has 900 pledges. We invite you to be part of this new publishing phenomenon by making a pledge for Living Food.
After the book is written, designed, edited and printed, you will receive a copy of Living Food either as an ebook or a limited edition hardback or paperback. By making a pledge you are simply buying the book in advance of publishing. There is no financial risk as your money is returned if there are not enough pledges to ensure that the book is published.
Make a pledge for Living Food
You can make a pledge for Living Food – a feast for soil & soul here. If you make a pledge you will receive a beautiful book full of food wisdom & nourishing recipes,
together with essays from four guest writers: Romy Fraser, Diane Osgood,
Miche Fabre Lewin & Sandra White; as well as some brilliant
Living Food – a feast for soil & soul by Daphne Lambert will be published by Unbound. For more information visit Greencuisine or contact: daphne[at] greencuisine.org
Daphne Lambert is a medicinal chef, nutritionist, author and teacher. She is the founding member of the Greencuisine Trust an educational charity set up in 2011 to deepen the understanding between soil, food and well-being. Through innovative educational programmes and projects the Trust cultivates food knowledge and skills to enable us to rethink our relationship to food.