If Hollywood is to be believed, a zombie apocalypse is inevitable. If you do not become a zombie yourself, it is your duty to keep the human race alive by protecting yourself from the zombies who are out to eat your brain. While the zombies are out to eat your brains, you too must eat to stay alive. Needless to say, during a zombie apocalypse, filling your stomach is a whole lot more complicated than going to the local Taco Bell or even picking up some groceries from Walmart. Don’t worry though as The Art of Eating Through Zombie Apocalypse is a cookbook and survival guide that is designed to get you out of this sticky situation.
The Art of Eating Through Zombie Apocalypse contains about 80 recipes, each relying on ingredients that hopefully you will manage to scavenge and forage in a post apocalyptic world complete with dozens of helpful diagrams and illustrations. Since hunting for ingredients won’t just be a walk down the supermarket aisle, the guide helpfully provides you with survival tips and innovative ways on how to search for food in a chaotic environment.
Written by Lauren Wilson, The Art of Eating Through Zombie Apocalypse is a must-have for individuals when survival becomes a requirement. The author herself was infected with a rare stain of undead enthusiasm more than ten years ago. She works in the food industry as a professional cook and writer. She completed her culinary training at George Brown Chef School in Toronto in 2008. Since then, she has worked in different areas from restaurant cooking, online sales, catering, teaching cooking classes, and writing for print and online media. She is now based in Brooklyn, where she happily cooks, eats, teach, and write.
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