Organic

We have a small range of books on going organic includes cooking, gardening and living.
  • Family Organic Cookbook
    Author: Carol Charlton
    Publisher David & Charles, United Kingdom (2000)

    In an age when food scare follows foodscare and childhood allergies are on the increase, feeding your family may seem like a nutritional minefield. Constantly checking packaging small print for genetically modified ingredients, counting the additives in ready-made meals and trying to keep the sugar, salt and fat levels moderate can take all the enjoyment out of creating interesting, tasty meals.

    The only way top be certain about what your family is eating is to make it yourself from ingredients that you know you can trust. And if you despair of ever finding enough time to make your own fish fingers, lunch box fillers or tea time snacks, try some of the quick and easy recipies in this book. More importantly, you will be helping your family to change the way they think about food. At a time when major sporting events are sponsored by the makers of sugary drinks and snacks and it's impossible to escape the adcertising of the fast food giants, a change in our attitude towards what we eat has never been more vital.

    Hard cover, 192 pages (used)
    NZ$ 20.00
  • Organic Gardening in New Zealand
    Author: Richard Llewellyn Hudson
    Publisher: AH & AW Reed, New Zealand (1982)

    Whether you're interested in growing nutritious vegetables and fruits for the home table with minimal use of poison sprays or in improving soil and plant health ravaged by artificial fertiliser excesses with life-giving compost, this book will be an invaluable tool.

    Softcover, 160 pages (used)
    NZ$ 25.00
  • Organic Living in 10 Simple Lessons
    Author: Karen Sullivan
    Publisher: Piatkus, (2001)

    You wan to go organic but you don't know how. Is organic food really better for you? How good is it for the environment? Organic Living in 10 Simple Lessons show you in straightforward terms, but without fudging the comples issues, exactly what an organic way of life involves.

    Paperback, 144 pages (near new)
    NZ$ 30.00
  • Patricia Gallimore's Organic Year, A Guild to Organic Living
    A start-up guide to organic living for the shopper and grower. Through visits to farms, manufacturers and food suppliers, the author takes the reader through the organic year. Pertinent questions are asked, such as: "Why is organic farming kinder to us, our animals and our environment?"
    NZ$ 30.00
  • The Joy of Organic Cookery
    Author: Gilli Davies
    Publisher: Metro Publishing, (2002)

    These organic recipes are, quite simply, amongst the tastiest that you will ever experience. Not only are the dishes themselves inspiring and appetizing, but because the ingredients are fresh, natural and free from artificial additives, the flavor sensation will be unlike anything you may have experienced before.

    Paperback, 183 pages (Used)
    NZ$ 15.00
  • The Natural Gardener written by Jeffrey Hodges
    An indispensable guide to every aspect of organic gardening, The Natural Gardener intorduces you to the concept of creating a well-designed garden that doesn't rely on harmful and expensive chemicals. Jeffrey Hodges and a team of respected experts show that with a basic knowledge of the relationships between the soil, plants, micro-organisms, and minerals, you will be able to encourage a self-sustaining garden ecosystem.

    Practical information is given on how to establish an organic gardenm even if you're starting with unpromising material. Using the advice in this book, you can even create a productive garden in a desert!

    Good gardening practice is about observing and understanding how a natural ecosystem works. By 'listening' to your garden, you will be ablelto work in harmony with Nature, instead of against her. Not only that, but you'll be rewarded with healthier, stronger crops adnd ornamental flowers, an increased diversity of birds, insects, and soil life in your garden, and a safer place for you and your children.
    NZ$ 30.00
  • The Organic Baby & Toddler Cook Book
    Author: Tanyia Maxted-Frost
    Publisher: Green Books, United Kingdom (2000 reprinted 2002)

    The Organic Baby & Toddler Cookbook advises parents to prepare and feed their children a seasonal, mainly raw or lightly cooked wholefood organic diet, emphasizing raw food in spring & summer, and lightly cooked foods in autumn and winter.
    NZ$ 15.00
  • The Organic Baby Book
    Author: Tanyia Maxted-Frost
    Publisher: Green Books, United Kingdom (1999)

    The Organic Baby book is the first popular guide to the benefits of an organic and GM-free wholefood diet for conceiving and raising a healthy child, and the first to review all organic products now available for your baby, for pregnant and breastfeeding mothers, and for young families.

    This book also features:
    * organic health and cutrition tips from organic mothers and leading nutrionists
    * advice from the experts, including Patrick HOlford, Leslie Kenton and Dr Sarah Brewer
    * a guide to organic parenthood
    * the world-renowned Foresight preconception programme which, using organic dietsm has reversed infertility, eliminated miscarriages, malformations and infant deaths for thousands of couples
    * the experiences of parents who have gone organic and reaped the rewards
    * how to'green' your home for your new baby
    * the vaccination versus healthy immune system debate

    Softcover, 192 pages (Used)
    NZ$ 15.00
  • The Organic Kitchen - A Complete Guide to Organic Eating in NZ
    Author: Lance Reynolda and Duncan Campbell
    Publisher: David Bateman, New Zealand (1996)

    The Organic Kitchen is the first book ever published in New Zealand to explain organic food, from creating the proper kitchen environment to purchasing and preparation. It also gives you a comprehensive guide on product availabiltiy and tips on how to hear organically all year round.

    Paperback, 187 pages (Used)
    NZ$ 18.00
  • The Organic Meat Cookbook
    Author: Frances Bissell
    Publisher: Ebury Press, United Kingdom (1999)

    Excerpt from the Introduction:
    We are in danger of losing for ever the real pleasures involved in selecting prime foodstuffs, handling them and assessing how best to use them, preparing them in the most appropriate way to show off texture, flavour, aroma and appearance, and finally, and just as important, in sitting down to eat the food, sharing it with others in a spirit of enjoyment and community. That is what The Organic Meat Cookbook is about and what the The Real Meat Cookbook, from which this book originates, was about.


    Softcover, 400 pages (Used, with minor marks on the bottom)
    NZ$ 20.00
  • Envirosax  - Organic Cotton Made in Peru
    This is an environment friendly 100 organic hemp bag a great printed message on it. It is a great gift and a way to spread the message to go green. Made in Peru.

    Bag Body Measurements 40cm tall x 48cm wide
    NZ$ 30.00
  • Envirosax - Organic Shopping Bag
    Cultivated in China as early as 4000 BC, the hemp plant produces the strongest natural fiber known. Hemp fabric is three times stronger than cotton fabric of the same weight. With no known insect enemies and a high resistance to diseases, there is no need to use harmful pesticides in cultivation.

    Bag Body Measurements: 41cm tall x 47cm wide
    NZ$ 30.00
  • Envirosax - Sowing Seeds of Change
    This is an environment friendly 100% organic cotton bag the great printed message on it. It is a great gift and a way to spread the message to go green. Made in Peru.

    Bag Body Measurements: 40cm tall x 48cm wide
    NZ$ 30.00

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