Community Garden Cookbook

A community garden is defined as a single piece of land on which members of a community cultivate the soil in order to yield an array of fresh vegetables, plants and other produce. Some of the gardens are primarily formed to grow vegetables for food banks, while others are ultimately shared amongst members of the community.


Community gardens promote and provide healthier sustenance for those living on limited incomes and a better eating lifestyle for people in general. They also bring awareness to environmental and sustainability issues, as well as offering educational and recreational opportunities for the disabled and otherwise disenfranchised. The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) claims nearly 15% of the world's food is now grown in urban areas, with many gardens being collectively nurtured in backyards, parks, vacant lots, roof-tops and balconies.


To celebrate the successes and altruistic efforts of community gardens across the globe, Food Fare's Community Garden Cookbook offers more than 140 easy recipes for use with garden-fresh ingredients, including appetizers and snacks, beverages, breads, breakfast dishes, condiments and sauces, desserts, herbs and spices, main meals, soups and stews, and side dishes.


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Recipe List

See a complete list of recipes in the Community Garden Cookbook and view free samples.

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