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Grow It, Cook It

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Grow It Cook It

DK Publishing

Author: DK Publishing


Showing how to grow plants and then how to use them in delicious kid-appealing recipes, "Grow It, Cook It" is more than a cookbook--it offers a fresh approach to healthy eating by getting children involved in food right from the start!
Permit me to share with you this brilliant book called Grow It, Cook It. The author is DK Publishing and it was published sometime in 2008 by DK Publishing. The hardcover child's book is all about Vegetable gardening and it is deemed high-quality juvenile literature. In the library the reference number is SB324.G76 2008. The child's book is 80 pages long and it comes with exquisitly colored illustrations. It stresses Cooking and Kitchen gardens. The children's book dimensions are 0.47" Height x 11.12" Length x 8.83" Width and has a weight of 1.39 lbs, click on the hyperlink below.

Grow It, Cook It really is the children's cookbook that starts with each and every single of the seed of a good idea. The recipes inside the book take the homegrown fruits, vegetables, and herbs and use a range of cooking methods and store-bought components to transform them into truly homemade meals. More than a cookbook, this innovative book offers a fresh technique to healthy consuming by getting children involved in food appropriate from the start off. All the"crops"can be grown in pots, so young chefs don't even need a sizable garden to enjoy Grow It, Cook It. Children will learn that once they eat a carrot, they're biting into a root; salads are produced up of leaves; and berries are the fruit and seeds of plants, encouraging an early appreciation of food and its origins.


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