How to Store Your Garden Produce: The Key to Self-sufficiency Paperback – 27 Mar 2008
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"A veritable Tardis of tips on how to preserve the harvest glut. A perfect present."
"There are so many benefits to 'growing your own', and as more and more of us get bitten by the bug this is the kind of book we'll need to give us storage tips in order to prevent all that unnecessary waste."--The Cottage Gardener
"Every serious organic gardener should have a copy. " Organic Gardening""
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A HUGE sense of satisfaction - of self-reliance - that you alone can provide the most important need of your family.
Home-grown fruit and vegetables are far cheaper than shop-bought (if not free).
Eating food you have produced in your own garden is the most environmentally sound way of doing things. --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.See all Product description
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It has two sections, the first takes the various means of food preserving, freezing, drying, bottling etc and goes into them in some depth. Next each of the main garden produce plants are looked at in turn with suggestions as to the best way to store them and some sample recipes.
The book is illustrated with small line drawings of each plant type as well as a few pages of colour photographs in the middle of the book.
This is by no means the definitive guide to the storage of garden produce but it is a very useful introduction and would be a good addition to the library of any gardener, cook or eco warrior.
this book is `it`.advice on just about everything we grow.
would recommend it to anyone with allotment or large garden'
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