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Storing Your Home Grown Fruit and Vegetables: How to make your garden's bounty last all year round Paperback – 30 Sep 2011
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'A very informatative and useful little reference book and I would highly recommend it to anyone who is interested in growing fruit and vegetables.' www.theschoolrun.com. 'From clamping to dark room storage, drying to bottling, shelving to curing, Paul guides you through the processes in a straightforward, easy to-understand manner and you will soon discover how to make the most of crops.' Countryside Magazine.
About the Author
Paul Peacock is an expert on plants, gardening, preserving, cooking and brewing, and self sufficiency. He is the author of many books, including Patio Produce, The Urban Hen, and - with his wife, Diana - Grandma's Ways for Modern Days. Paul writes for The Daily Mirror as Mr. Digwell and is a regular panelist on radio 4's Gardener's Question Time.
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13 December 2011
Make the most of seasonal surpluses with this guide to bottling, drying, curing and storing fruit and veg, to bring a welcome taste of summer even in the depths of winter.