My City-dwelling Year of Reclaiming Real FoodBook - 2015
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Are you planning on tackling the 2016 reading Book Riot Read Harder Book Challenge? Jessica and I saw NYPL's great suggested reading list that they linked to, and wanted to make one featuring books you can get here at PCPL, including some local favorites. You're invited to join in the fun by commenting with your recommendations and discoveries below! Read a horror book The Traveling Vampir… (more)
We could create $140 million in new city revenue and 1,600 jobs if a community the size of Tucson shifted just 10 percent of its spending to local businesses in a single year, Meghan Kimble writes.This powerful statistic stood out as I devoured her book, Unprocessed. Unprocessed Kimble is Managing Editor of the beautiful Edible Baja magazine. As a struggling writer, she spent a year eating … (more)
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This book about eating local is written by a local of our own! Megan Kimble is also an editor for Edible Baja Arizona magazine.
Megan Kimble chronicles her year of eating only unprocessed foods while living in Tucson, Arizona. The book is the perfect blend of her personal story mixed with journalistic reporting. A Top Pick for Southwest Books of the Year 2015.
Southwest Book of the Year Top Pick 2015
Eating simply can be a complicated business. This is what Megan Kimball discovered when she opted to spend a year eating off the grid, bypassing all things frozen, enriched or shrink-wrapped in favor of locally-sourced food that was additive, preservative and manipulation-free. UNPROCESSED is t... Read More »
PimaLib_SusannahC Jul 28, 2015
Megan Kimble chronicles her year of eating only unprocessed foods while living in Tucson, Arizona. The book is the perfect blend of her personal story mixed with journalistic reporting. Kimble investigates how foods are processed, including wheat, sugar, salt, meat, and dairy. She talks to vegeta... Read More »