An Anarchist’s Cookbook:

Complete Posts Index

A complete chronological index to Paul Mobbs’ blog on food, nutrition, and low impact lifestyles outside the expectations of ‘consumer society’


Posts index:

Foraged blackberry and bartered pear tart ‘An Anarchist’s Cookbook’, Part 0, Imbolic 2021:

‘About the Blog’ –
An introduction to ‘An Anarchist’s Cookbook’

For the first post of the new blog, I present the ‘About the Blog’ page:

I’m writing this rather long and detailed theoretical splurge of consciousness precisely because I don’t want to have to endlessly repeat this as part of my blog posts. Hence, unless I want to examine a small aspect in more detail, I’ll simply refer people back to paragraphs within this page.

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My Stone Age Food Processor ‘An Anarchist’s Cookbook’, Part 1, Imbolic 2021:

My Stone Age Food Processor –
making meal with ancient simplicity

What are the most important tools in your kitchen? My most important ‘tool’ is a pestle and mortar.

In this post and accompanying video: I focus a little on the issue of the costs of food; the theory behind vegan protein sources; and I prepare a meal for the family and explain the economics of that – but mostly I show the simple brilliance of using a pestle and mortar.

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Raspberries ripe for picking! ‘An Anarchist’s Cookbook’, Part 4, New Harvest Moon 2021:

‘The Autumn Raspberry Harvest’

Preserving food is not just 'cooking'; preserving food requires that you think about the future. Hence why growing and preserving food can be a window into planning a new future.

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An audio podcast of this post is available on the page.