Preserving Food At Home - BF356

How to Make Sauerkraut

How to Make Sauerkraut

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Beginner's Resource for Food Preservation

By Janet Chadwick

Find out why over 100,000 copies of this beginner's guide have been bought. Organized in a friendly, food-by-food format, readers will find freezing, drying, canning, and storing instructions for each vegetable, fruit and herb.

Up-to date information and clear, step-by-step instructions show even absolute beginners the way to a fully stocked pantry. This book is for beginners, so it does not cover pressure-canning.

  • Basic techniques for preserving food
  • Pickling and fermenting
  • Making jams, jellies, preserves and marmalades
  • Drying and root cellaring ideas

Softcover. 232 pages. Storey Publishing 2009.

  • Item Model Number: BF356
  • Shipping Dimensions: 9 x 7 x 0.75 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.25 pounds

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Very Informational

I am a novice at canning and just did it the first time last weekend. This book has a ton of information about food preservation (other than canning) and was invaluable. It also has a lot of great recipes!! A must for beginners!

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