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As our culture becomes increasingly mindful of health and fitness, the organic foods movement has gained strength and prominence; a growing number of people now recognize that the benefits of an organically based diet are manifold, for both personal and global health. But for many, organic foods are seemingly complicated and somewhat confusing -- they're more expensive, they taste differently, and they may demand special preparation. Now, thanks to restaurateur and cookbook author Jesse Ziff Cool, those questions are answered in the new cookbook Your Organic Kitchen.
A longtime proponent of organic foods, Cool enthusiastically shares her knowledge in this refreshingly eco-friendly volume. The main lesson that she strives to teach about organic cooking is to take advantage of foods that are seasonally fresh. To demonstrate that theme, Your Organic Kitchen is organized around not four but eight seasons, from "First of Spring" to "Deep of Winter," offering delicious recipes throughout the year and clearing up the confusion about organic foods once and for all. (Stephanie Bowe)