How we cook can change the world. With one small idea, a movement was born. The essential cookbook of simple eating and Christian compassion, "More-with-Less" has given generations of cooks basic, healthy recipes that are gentle on the budget...
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How we cook can change the world.
With one small idea, a movement was born. The essential cookbook of simple eating and Christian compassion, "More-with-Less" has given generations of cooks basic, healthy recipes that are gentle on the budget and mindful of those who are hungry. This 40th anniversary edition preserves hundreds of timeless recipes and tips from Doris Janzen Longacre's bestselling cookbook and offers updates by award-winning food writer Rachel Marie Stone.
If you own just one cookbook, "More-with-Less" is the one. Serve your household nourishing meals and inspiring stories about sharing resources and living with less. Join a community that is cooking with a conscience.
The World Community Cookbook series benefits the work of Mennonite Central Committee, a worldwide ministry of relief, development, and peace. Nearly one million copies sold.
Simple. Wholesome. Generous. Faithful.
Rachel Marie Stone teaches English at the Stony Brook School in Stony Brook, New York. Her writing about food, faith, justice, public health, and maternal health has appeared in The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Huffington Post, Christianity Today, The Christian Century, Books and Culture, Sojourners, In Touch magazine, Religion News Service, Patheos, and more. Her books include the revised More-with-Less cookbook, Telling God's Story, and Eat With Joy, which won a Christianity Today Book Award and was named by a Religion News Service columnist as one of the year's ten most intriguing titles in religion. She and her husband, Tim, have two sons.