How (& Why) to Eat More Vegetables is an entertaining explanation of the philosophy behind Dr. Cowan's Garden and includes simple and delicious recipes for using our powders. 




-  From Chris Kresser, author of the New York Times bestseller The Paleo Cure:

 BookEating a variety of wild plants may be the most important — and least appreciated — thing we can do to improve our health. In this delightful book, Dr. Cowan explains why that is, and shows us how to incorporate more of these important (and delicious) foods into our diet.

From Sally Fallon Morell, president, the Weston A. Price Foundation, and author of Nourishing Traditions:

Traditional cultures used a wide variety of greens and tubers, in fact, so many varieties that it is hard to imitate their practices in modern life.  Dr. Tom Cowan comes to the rescue with a unique way of storing vegetables while still keeping them palatable and their nutrients in tact.  Now you can easily add a wide variety of vegetables to your soups, stews, dressings and even desserts.  This fascinating booklet will give you the why's and how's for creating a diet bursting with plant diversity.

See also: Dr. Cowan's Garden eBook