The Vermont Non-GMO Cookbook/Author Tracey Medeiros
Tracey is the author of The Connecticut Farm Table Cookbook (The Countryman Press, June 2015), The Vermont Farm Table Cookbook (The Countryman Press, May 2013), and Dishing Up Vermont (Storey Publishing, April 2008). In addition, she writes “The Farmhouse Kitchen: A Guide To Eating Local” column for Edible Green Mountains Magazine.
Tracey recently wrote a cookbook, titled The Vermont Non-GMO Cookbook. This latest book was published by Skyhorse Publishing and was released on October 3.
Below are cookbook reviews for The Vermont Non-GMO Cookbook:
“At the heart of the Non-GMO Movement are the farmers and purveyors who work tirelessly every day to ensure that our non-GMO food supply is protected for generations to come. The Vermont Non-GMO Cookbook brings their love and commitment right to your plate while inspiring food choices that are best for our communities and our planet.” — Megan Westgate, Executive Director, Non-GMO Project
“This book is a testament to both the struggles and triumphs of the non-GMO movement. Tracey’s book pays homage to the state of Vermont and how it has reshaped the way we eat. This book shines a light on the far reaching effects of “knowing what is in your food.” – Jerry Greenfield, Co-Founder of Ben & Jerry’s
“Tracey Medeiros shines when it comes to cookbooks that highlight recipes which feature healthy, locally grown foods. With this exciting new book, she is adding to her delicious body of work by spotlighting the benefits of choosing non-GMO food. Travel with her throughout the state of Vermont to visit the people who are working to make non-GMO products a part of our everyday lives.” – Alisa Gravitz, President, Green America