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Karoline Jönsson

Goodness Green

Our desire to regain control of our food produce has never been greater. And finally, here’s a vegetarian cook book that connects the kitchen garden with everyday meals. After decades of fast food and processed food, as well as an alarming rise in environmental issues, we are finding our way back to our roots again.

Karoline Jönsson lives on a small farm in Southern Sweden. The pictureque buildings stem from the 1800s and her chickens, horses and other animals, share the grounds with the ancient orchard. Karoline’s own additions are the greenhouse and the extensive vegetable garden. Here she experiments with more exotic produce such as comquat, pomegranate, agave, aloe vera, kiwi, almonds and wine, alongside the staples of a Nordic climate.

Karoline’s recipes are straight from the earth and shows you that you don’t need to be a trained gardener to get started. Practical tips will guide both beginners and readers who already have dirt under their fingernails. This is a beautiful yet practical book that will inspire gardeners and cooks alike.

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Karoline Jönsson made her breakthrough in 2012 when her vegetarian food blog The Green Pantry was named Sweden’s best food blog. She published her first cook book in 2014 and today her blog has more than 20.000 unique visitors each month. In 2015 she hosted the first all-vegetarian cooking show on Swedish national television .

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Our desire to regain control of our food produce has never been greater. And finally, here’s a vegetarian cook book that connects the kitchen garden with everyday meals. After decades of fast food and processed food, as well as an alarming rise in environmental issues, we are finding our way back to our roots again.

Karoline Jönsson lives on a small farm in Southern Sweden. The pictureque buildings stem from the 1800s and her chickens, horses and other animals, share the grounds with the ancient orchard. Karoline’s own additions are the greenhouse and the extensive vegetable garden. Here she experiments with more exotic produce such as comquat, pomegranate, agave, aloe vera, kiwi, almonds and wine, alongside the staples of a Nordic climate.

Karoline’s recipes are straight from the earth and shows you that you don’t need to be a trained gardener to get started. Practical tips will guide both beginners and readers who already have dirt under their fingernails. This is a beautiful yet practical book that will inspire gardeners and cooks alike.

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