Living Ready Expert Stacy Harris Shares Essential Sustainable Tools in New Book
Stacy Harris is one of those women who can seemingly do it all. The one time lawyer and model is now a mother of seven and a sustainable living guru and is sharing her passion for wild game and natural ingredients with the world. Stacy Harris’ new book Recipes and Tips for Sustainable Living examines the numerous benefits of a sustainable lifestyle and shares with its readers resourceful new recipes and preservation techniques, effectively bringing the farm to table movement to new, eager audiences.
Recipes and Tips for Sustainable Living offers a complete tutorial in growing and harvesting wild game and ingredients from your very own garden. Stacy shares her insight into beekeeping and foraging, as well as heirloom gardening and more as she teachers readers the way her family of nine live. Tips on preservation and storage mean readers can enjoy the fruits of their labor long into the fall and winter months, as well.
Additionally, Stacy brings her delectable wild game recipes to your table. After marrying an avid hunter, Stacy realized that she would have to be creative in cooking up venison, wild turkey and a whole plethora of other meats that aren’t typically available at your local grocery store. Recipes and Tips for Sustainable Living features 80 inventive recipes for cooking with both wild game and organic vegetables. Recipes are accompanied by glossy, mouth-watering photos, just begging readers to cook and enjoy.
With summer in the air and self-sustainability continuing to trend in both urban and suburban crowds, Stacy’s book is the perfect place to begin investigating the health benefits of homegrown food and raising livestock. Recipes and Tips for Sustainable Living is now available on shelves where books are sold and through online retailers including the Living Ready store (store.livingreadyonline.com) and Amazon.
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