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Animal, vegetable, miracle a year of food life /

When Kingsolver and her family move from suburban Arizona to rural Appalachia, they take on a new challenge: to spend a year on a locally produced diet, paying close attention to the provenance of all they consume. "Our highest shopping goal was to get our food from so close to home, we'd know the person who grew it. Often that turned out to be ourselves as we learned to produce what we needed, starting with dirt, seeds, and enough knowledge to muddle through. Or starting with baby animals, and enough sense to refrain from naming them."--Publisher description.

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  • "The author tells how she and her family relocated to southern Appalachia from Arizona in order to live a simpler life, grow their own food, and live among a community of local organic growers."
  • "When Kingsolver and her family move from suburban Arizona to rural Appalachia, they take on a new challenge: to spend a year on a locally produced diet, paying close attention to the provenance of all they consume. "Our highest shopping goal was to get our food from so close to home, we'd know the person who grew it. Often that turned out to be ourselves as we learned to produce what we needed, starting with dirt, seeds, and enough knowledge to muddle through. Or starting with baby animals, and enough sense to refrain from naming them."--From publisher description."
  • "Follows the author's family's efforts to live on locally- and home-grown foods, an endeavor through which they learned lighthearted truths about food production and the connection between health and diet."
  • "When Kingsolver and her family move from suburban Arizona to rural Appalachia, they take on a new challenge: to spend a year on a locally produced diet, paying close attention to the provenance of all they consume. "Our highest shopping goal was to get our food from so close to home, we'd know the person who grew it. Often that turned out to be ourselves as we learned to produce what we needed, starting with dirt, seeds, and enough knowledge to muddle through. Or starting with baby animals, and enough sense to refrain from naming them."--Publisher description."@en

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  • "Reality memoirs."
  • "Electronic books."@en
  • "Electronic books."
  • "Anecdotes"@en
  • "Anecdotes"

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  • "Animal, vegetable, miracle a year of food life /"
  • "Animal, vegetable, miracle a year of food life /"@en
  • "Animal, Vegetable, Miracle A Year of Food Life."
  • "Animal, vegetable, miracle : a year of food life /"@en
  • "Animal, vegetable, miracle : a year of food life /"
  • "Animal, Vegetable, Miracle : a Year of Food Life."@en
  • "Animal, vegetable, miracle : a year of food life."
  • "Animal, Vegetable, Miracle a year of food life /"@en
  • "Animal, Vegetable, Miracle /"
  • "Animal, Vegetable, Miracle."@en