"This is a cookbook of 250 recipes and ideas covering a wide range of do-it-yourself projects from the Institute of Domestic Technology, a culinary school founded in 2011 that advocates for homemade ingredients and alternatives to packaged, mass-produced food. The book covers DIY pantry staples and kitchen methods, including grains, dairy, meat, spirits, coffee, fermentation and dehydration. The 9 chapters are organized by the Institute's curriculum, with recipes to make ingredients, detailed instructions on method, and recipes to cook with each ingredient. Interviews and lessons from Institute instructors, ranging from cheese-makers to butchers, are included alongside equipment overviews, flavor charts, checklists, and more than 150 photos and illustrations"-- Provided by publisher.
Fuller, Ren, photographer.
Institute of Domestic Technology.