Books, Periodicals and Articles

Books

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The Gorgeously Green Diet: Save Money, Save the Planet, Simple Recipes by Sophie Uliano

Of These Ye May Freely Eat: Vegetarian (vegan) Cookbook by JoAnn Rachor

The Ultimate UnCheese Cookbook: Delicious Dairy-Free Cheese Substitutes and Classic "UnCheese dishes" by Joanne Stepanik

Clean and Green: The Complete Guide to Nontoxic and Environmentally Safe Housekeeping by Annie Berthold-Bond

Making It: Radical Home Ec for a Post-Consumer World

The Family Kitchen Garden by Karen Liebreich, Jutta Wagner, And Annette Wendland

All New Square Foot Gardening: Grow More in Less Space by Mel Bartholomew

Tips for the Lazy Gardener by Linda Tilgne

Fresh Food From Small Spaces by R. J. Ruppenthal

Food Not Lawns: How to Turn Your Yard into a Garden and Your Neighborhood into a Community by H.C. Flores

The Complete Guide to Edible Wild Plants - Department of the Army

 

Free-Range Chicken Gardens: How to create a Beautiful, Chicken-Friendly Yard by Jessi Bloom

Chicken Coops: 45 Building Plans for Housing Your Flock by Judy Pangman

How to Raise Goats by Carol Amundson

The Backyard Homestead by Carleen Madigan

 

Practical Projects for Self-Sufficiency: DIY Projects to Get Your Self-Reliant Lifestyle Started by Chris Peterson and Philip Schmidt

 

Living on Less: An Authoritative Guide to Affordable Food, Fuel and Shelter by Mother Earth News

The Simple Living Guide by Janet Luhrs

 

Zero Waste Home by Bea Johnson

 

Plastic Free: How I kicked the Plastic Habit and How You Can Too by Beth Terry

The Better World Handbook: Small Changes That Make a Big Difference

Radical Homemakers: Reclaiming Domesticity from a Consumer Culture by Shannon Hayes

Periodicals

Articles

What foods are GMO? Click HERE for full article.

 

(Numbered largest crop to smallest)

 

  1. Corn - for high fructose corn syrup, corn starch, animal feed and bio-fuels

  2. Soybeans - for animal feed, soybean oil, processed foods

  3. Cotton - cottonseed oil for frying, margarine, oysters, food fillers, animal feed

  4. Potatoes - (not in food supply yet, but will be soon)

  5. Papaya

  6. Squash (zucchini & yellow summer squash)

  7. Canola oil

  8. Alfalfa - mainly for hay for cattle

  9. Apples - not in food supply but will be soon

  10. Sugar Beets - for producing granulated sugar

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