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Girl Hunter: Revolutionizing the Way We Eat,…

Girl Hunter: Revolutionizing the Way We Eat, One Hunt at a Time

by Georgia Pellegrini

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  gayla.bassham | Nov 7, 2016 |
The narrative was pleasant, but I can't see myself cooking from this book. The recipes are too pork-centric to adapt well to non-pork eaters and as a non-hunter I don't have access to the key ingredients. ( )
  JLsBibliomania | Mar 31, 2013 |
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Amazon Best Books of the Month, December 2011: Through geographically and gastronomically diverse essays, professional chef Georgia Pellegrini gives a voice to something that's been missing in the discussion of where our food comes from: meat. Faced with a freshly killed turkey and her personal decision to either become vegan or head to the source, Pellegrini picks up a shotgun and learns to hunt her own food. She introduces readers to her teachers and locals around the country who share hunting and cooking tips and impresses upon readers her determination to develop tasty recipes for even the most challenging game, like javelina, with as little waste as possible. More than just a collection of essays or recipes, Girl Hunter is an important addition to the conversation about how we eat and how we live. --JoVon Sotak

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A classically trained chef relates the experiences that made her resolve to take up hunting, describing her research with experienced hunters and her subsequent efforts to create recipes using foods she can supply for herself.

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