Root to Fruit Eating means: to eat for pleasure, eating whole foods from the whole farm, whilst eating the best food we can and indulging in seasonal foods that are tasty, nutritious and inherently restorative for ourselves and the planet.
1 Eat for pleasure
Cook with Love, Confidence & Creativity
Know Your Farmer
2 Eat whole foods
Produce No Waste
Eat Mostly Plants
Eat Local Seasonal Foods
3 Eat the best food you can
Support Better Farming
Buy Fair Trade
Act Like Your Actions Matter
Eating for Pleasure, People & Planet
The new book from award-winning eco-chef, writer and climate change campaigner, Tom Hunt
Read this book and you will find inspiration, guidance and a whole bunch of bright ideas: things we can all do, right now, in order to eat well in the broadest sense.
It is refreshing to read a manifesto for food sustainability that starts - and finishes - with pleasure. For Tom Hunt, terms such as ‘local’ and ‘seasonal’ are not abstract slogans but a way to arrive at a more delicious dinner.
If we could all live and eat a little more like Tom the world and the food chain would be in much better shape.
Tom Hunt is, for me, a pioneer of thoughtful cooking – the approach to food which combines pleasure, health, environment and social values.
Tim LangProfessor of Food Policy, City University of London
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