by Laura Faire, ON SALE FOR NZD$55

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Limited Edition Cookery is a labour of love, quality and care. Printed and bound in Auckland by our own talented countrymen, it has not suffered excessive travel to achieve low costs or undercut anyone in our own labour market.   
The materials used in this book are clean enough to be added to your compost (see below for further explanation of printing credentials) and then spread through your garden. Even if this book doesn't sell, it will be good for the planet.

From planting a few herbs and strawberries in her own garden many years ago, Laura started on a full-blown environmental journey. A journey that has led her to respect the land, grow her own food and be passionate about caring for each ingredient that appears on her plate.  From plant to plate.  From germination to degustation.

A Lifestyle Columnist for the Sunday Star-Times, Laura has collected 80 of her favourite recipes to create this local, natural and beautiful cookbook.  Each recipe in the book is inspired by the season or her garden.

LAURA FAIRE is a chef, recipe writer and food stylist.  She is Lifestyle Columnist for the Sunday Star-Times, a contributor for REAL Magazine and appeared fortnightly as a chef on TVNZ's Good Morning Show.  Her previous book Now is the Season was published in 2011. She has worked on other cookery books for large corporations and charities and she is a member of the New Zealand Guild of Food Writers.

The printing story…
Limited Edition Cookery is certified  carboNZeroCertTM using a business to consumer life cycle measurement. This means that all the greenhouse emissions associated with the lifecycle of the cookbook are measured, reduced and offset through purchasing verified carbon credits.
The text of the cookbook is printed on 9Lives Offset (FSC Mix) from Spicers Paper. Its paper comes from managed tree farms or recycled sources, and all of its mills conform to high-level environmental management systems. The cookbook was printed using vegetable based inks and citrus cleaners. Soar Printing is a carboNZero certified organisation which means they measure their organisational greenhouse gas emissions, actively work to reduce them and purchase verified carbon offsets they cannot reduce further.
The carbon credits purchased by Soar Printing fund New Zealand renewable energy sources such as the  Tararua Wind Farm and the Christchurch Burwood Gas Landfill project.