A Community Cookbook for some of the less common foods that are able to be grown prolifically in our area. When we drop off freshly harvested chaya, sweet potato vine, katuk, cassava leaves or any of the other unique foods we provide the recipients with a basic “How To” page and some simple recipes. This project is still in process, and eventually we hope to create an e-book that can be sold as a fundraiser.
Our goal is to educate on the foods that are readily available in our forests, easily grown environmentally and of the benefits of permaculture and Food Foresting. This cookbook will be used to provide the much needed information about these foods.