Summer Guide

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(2 customer reviews)

$9.00

Description

Berries, stone fruit, sweet corn, herbs, mangoes, zucchini, oh my! Sun is shining, and it’s amazing time of year to indulge in some amazing fresh produce, hang with people you love, and enjoy being in the big outdoors.

This information-packed guide contains:

  • an introduction to phenology – the study of all that happens around you in nature each season;
  • a field guide to some of the common butterflies which will spring to life in Summer;
  • a market guide, to give you the tips to pick out the best fruit and veg this season;
  • over 20 recipes using only seasonal produce, so that you can have the best flavour and nutrition that Summer has to offer whilst lightening your environmental footprint. Think smoothies, burgers, salads, desserts, iced teas…. gingerbread!

All recipes are:

  • gluten free;
  • vegetarian;
  • low in sugar, using rice malt syrup as sweetener;
  • easy, so you can spend more time having fun;
  • encourage use of local and seasonal produce; and
  • DELICIOUS!

Enjoy your Summer!

Watercolour elements in this guide were made by Angie of angiemakes.com, used with permission. The balance of material is copyright Lighten Up! and may not be reproduced in any form.

2 reviews for Summer Guide

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Wow! I love this Seasonal Summer guide, the pages are absolutely beautiful and full of information about what I can do to create a more sustainable Christmas, something that I value and with the summer guide I now know where to start! The recipes look amazing too. Thank you Sarah for putting together such a great book.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Wowzas, what a stunner! Sarah has put together a beautiful seasonal guide for summer, covering, well, everything! While you’d expect tips on which foods are in season, she also shares which stars will be lighting your way at night, which animals will be around, how to make your Christmas (or any other summer celebration) sustainable and some beautiful summer recipes with all those things that are in season (I’ve already tucked into the buckwheat pancakes!). Sarah’s playful sense of humour comes through in her written word, making her Summer Guide an entertaining read as well as an informative one. I can’t wait to use all of her tips and ideas. This is definitely a must-have for my summer!

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