An Unprocessed Cookbook Giveaway

Sure, it’s not necessary to cook your own food in order for it to pass the kitchen test, but if you do, it sure is a lot easier to know what’s in it! (It’s also usually a lot healthier… and less expensive… and more gratifying…)

If you’re going to be cooking your own meals, it’s essential to have some great cookbooks in your library! So to help you get started (or to expand your existing library), I wanted to offer a cookbook giveaway in the week leading up to October Unprocessed. Thankfully, my friends at Harvard Common Press enthusiastically agree.

[Update, October 2: The giveaway has now ended. Congratulations to Megan, Amy, Teri, Janelle, and Kelly…and thanks to everyone who participated!]

So here’s the scoop: One lucky reader will receive a “Grand Prize” of all six cookbooks pictured above! Four more lucky readers will each receive one book of their choice from this list. We picked this particular group of books from their catalog because we felt they would be a great set for any cook — including vegetarian recipes, slow cooker recipes, soups, pickling & preserving, and even some refreshing beverages to round it out. Here they are:

To enter, follow the instructions in the “Rafflecopter” widget below (Email and RSS readers, click through to the full post to see it). Leave a comment on this blog post to “unlock” the other ways to enter!

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Thanks to Adam and Bruce from Harvard Common Press for the books and their enthusiastic support of October Unprocessed!

(I received no compensation of any kind from Harvard Common Press for this post. The links to the books are Amazon affiliate links, so if you click through and make a purchase, I’ll earn a few cents. Thanks for your support!)

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Christina
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Christina
3 years 11 months ago

What one dish would you love to learn how to make at home?

A healthy version of biscuits and gravy.

Monique
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Monique
3 years 11 months ago

yum!

Amy kisor
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Amy kisor
3 years 11 months ago

I have been eating real food for almost a month and love it. I’m so excited to take my commitment further with October unprocessed!

Mindy
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3 years 11 months ago

I’d love to learn how to make duck confit (using duck from a local farm, of course!).

Chris Leitner
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Chris Leitner
3 years 11 months ago

Me too!

Nancy
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Nancy
3 years 11 months ago

I’m really looking forward to October!! Would love to get some great slow cooker recipies!!!

Jennifer
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Jennifer
3 years 11 months ago

a healthy version of chicken Enchiladas

Amy
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Amy
3 years 11 months ago

Whoops forgot to write what dish I would like to learn. I would really love to learn to make some great meatless dishes. I’ve been wanting to try to cut out some of our meat at home but my husband acts as if it isn’t filling enough without meat.

gigi
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gigi
3 years 11 months ago

I would love to learn how to make clean, easy and quick weeknight meals that my whole family will want to eat…a very tough task!

Gina
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Gina
3 years 11 months ago

I love to make anything in the crockpot! I would like to have unprocessed recipes for the crockpot 🙂

gina
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gina
3 years 11 months ago

I would love to make REAL pizza crust and sauce that my entire family loves 🙂

Sarah
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Sarah
3 years 11 months ago

I would love to learn to make vegan dishes that my family will enjoy.

Beth W
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Beth W
3 years 11 months ago

I’d love to learn how to make pasta carbonara!

Vedrana
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Vedrana
3 years 11 months ago

I’d love to learn how to make some of my favourite desserts a little bit healthier, while still keeping my sweet tooth happy!

Laurie
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Laurie
3 years 11 months ago

I would love to learn how to make a good vegetarian curry dish at home. Somehow, it never tastes as good as the restaurant.

Merika
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Merika
3 years 11 months ago

I would love to make baked sweet potato fries and honey butter. But the fries can’t be mushy!

Susanne Weissenberger
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3 years 11 months ago

I would love to know how to make a flavorful but not too spicy salsa and then can it for the winter.

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