How To Store Your Garden Produce

Author: Piers Warren
Editor: Green Books
ISBN: 9781900322171
Size: 16,39 MB
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This modern guide to storing and preserving your garden produce enables you to eat home-grown goodness all year round. The easy-to-use reference section provides storage and preservation techniques for the majority of plant produce commonly grown in gardens and allotments. Storing your garden produce is the key to self-sufficiency because, with less than an acre of garden, you can grow enough produce to feed a family of four for a year. Much of the produce will ripen simultaneously in the summer; without proper storage most of it will go to wasten. Simple and enjoyable techniques for storing your produce are provided so you can embrace the wonderful world of self-sufficiency. In the A-to-Z list of produce, each entry includes recommended varieties, suggested methods of storage, and a number of recipes, from how to make your own cider and pickled gherkins to how to string onions and dry your own apple rings. You'll know where your food has come from, you'll save money, there won't be any packaging, and you'll be eating tasty local food while feeling good about it.

Abundance How To Store And Preserve Your Garden Produce

Author: Alys Fowler
Editor: Hachette UK
ISBN: 0857836943
Size: 16,14 MB
Format: PDF, Mobi
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Fresh produce is a joy: crunchy lettuce, sun-warmed tomatoes, juicy berries - their flavours are immediate - but a winter of those summer flavours preserved, now that's a feeling of satisfaction. If you are going to truly try and attain a little more self-sufficiency (and save some money at the same time), think about what you can store to get you through the leaner months. Alys takes you through all the different ways of preserving - bottling, drying, fermenting, freezing, pickling, using sugar - with delicious recipes that make the most of your produce. This book is a must for anyone who wants to store and preserve their garden bounty.

Storing And Preserving Garden Produce For Dummies

Author: Pammy Riggs
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1119953871
Size: 20,39 MB
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Growing your own food is more popular than ever. But what do you do if you find yourself with a glut of beans, peas or carrots? How can you make the most of your garden produce and cut down on those trips to the supermarket? This book provides everything you need to make your home-grown produce last, covering fruit, vegetables, herbs and even eggs. Storing and Preserving Garden Produce For Dummies: Covers the main methods of storing and preserving, such as clamping, cool storage, freezing, drying, salting, pickling, fermenting and preserving with sugar Includes information on a huge range of produce - almost everything you could ever want to grow in your back garden Explains what methods of storing and preserving are most suitable for each item of produce Also contains a wealth of recipes to help you on your way to making the perfect jams, chutneys and pickles

Gardening For Dummies Three E Book Bundle Growing Your Own Fruit And Veg For Dummies Composting For Dummies And Storing And Preserving Garden Produce For Dummies

Author: Geoff Stebbings
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 111862209X
Size: 14,28 MB
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Gardening For Dummies eBook Bundle gives you threefull length books rolled into one convenient bundle givingeverything you need to know to help you towards a succesful cropand a full larder! Growing Your Own Fruit and Veg For Dummies is a completehands-on guide to growing delicious fruit and veg. It givesyou the low-down on everything from assessing your plot and gettingyour hands on the right tools, to choosing the plants to grow, tonurturing your crops and bringing in your harvest. Composting For Dummies shows you how to turn household foodwaste and more into free nutrient-rich compost and mulch togive their vegetable and flower gardens a boost of energy. Storing and Preserving Garden Produce For Dummies provideseverything you need to make your home-grown produce last, coveringfruit, vegetables, herbs and even eggs.For each item of produceyou'll find out what methods of storing and preserving are mostsuitable. You'll also find a wealth of recipes inside to help youon your way to making the perfect jams, chutneys and pickles

How To Store Your Home Grown Produce

Author: John Harrison
Editor: Hachette UK
ISBN: 0716023237
Size: 20,54 MB
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It's wonderful to grow your own fruit and vegetables but what do you do when it all ripens at once? How do you cope with the glut which threatens to overwhelm you? Will help all those who grow their own fruit and vegetables to store their produce properly so that it will last for months and feed the family when the garden's bare. Easy and practical advice on how to bottle, dry, freeze and even salt home grown fruit and vegetables. Discover the taste of your delicious homemade jams, chutneys and ketchups. John and Val Harrison reveal just what you can do with that bountiful harvest and share their 30 years' experience of growing fruit and vegetables and you'll never waste another tomato or courgette again. Praise for John Harrison: 'Britain's greatest allotment authority'. Indpendent on Sunday.

Organic Gardening And Farming

Author: Jerome Irving Rodale
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The Organic Way

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Arboretum Magazine

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The Ecologist

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Storing Your Home Grown Fruit And Vegetables

Author: Paul Peacock
Editor: Spring Hill
ISBN: 9781905862542
Size: 14,54 MB
Format: PDF, Docs
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This is an invaluable handbook for all gardeners of fruit and veg, allotment-holders and self-sufficiency enthusiasts. Readers can discover the joy of creating organic, pest free products which use traditional techniques and which appeal to the palate of today's gourmet food-lovers.