Fruit pies ready for the freezer
Fruit pies ready for the freezer...
“If they do not give you work or bread,
then make bread.”
An Anarchist’s Cookbook:

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‘Ramblinactivist’ Paul Mobbs’ blog on food, nutrition, and low impact lifestyles outside the expectations of ‘consumer society’


This page provides an archive of past posts in chronological order. For the most recent food-related posts from all my blogs go to the main index page.

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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Go to the YouTube video accompanying this post.

Pouring hand-mashed oats through a sieve to make oat milk ‘An Anarchist’s Cookbook’, Part 5, New Sap Moon 2022:

‘DIY Oat Milk’

Contemporary ‘consumer’ veganism has an over-packaged/over-priced credibility issue. This is especially true of plant-based milks, and their impact compared to ‘DIY’ options. In this post I explore how you can avoid this by making your own oat milk – cheaply, easily, and with minimal waste.

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