Climate Pot

Franziska Stöckli

  • Healthy and eco-friendly in the 21st century
  • Featuring exact calculations of nutritional values and CO2 levels
  • Based on recipes from the world’s oldest vegetarian restaurant
ISBN: 978-3-03902-245-8
Cover: Hardcover
Extent: 384 pages
Weight: 1296 g
Format: 18 cm x 24 cm
173 colour photos, ribbonWord count: 53,632
Right sold: All rights available
45,00 EUR

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What is future-compatible cooking? What effects do food items have on our climate? And how can we adopt a sustainable and healthy diet at home and at the family table? That is what the »Climate Pot« is all about. The stunningly visionary yet pragmatic cookbook offers climate-friendly dishes for everyday cooking.

The core of this book are easy to prepare, seasonal, and regionally focused recipes with the potential to become real classics. Developed in cooperation with the world’s oldest vegetarian restaurant, Haus Hiltl, they show how easy it is to combine tastiness, health, and eco-friendliness. All recipes are based on the meal plan of the »Planetary Health Diet« and contain scientifically established calculations for nutritional values and CO2 levels. Including the most relevant basic information, practical tricks, as well as weekly plans with recipe suggestions.

Franziska Stöckli: Is a pedagogically and socially engaged primary and middle school teacher, a seminar facilitator for basic and advanced teacher training, as well as an expert in the field of school development. She is co-author of the educational cookbook »Green Pot«.

Photos: Tina Sturzenegger, Lukas Lienhard