Do you find that your fridge is constantly filling up with half-wilted and mostly forgotten vegetables? Is your freezer crammed with "use up" containers of unknown origins? Do you find that you throw away most of what you produce because you just can't use it up in time?
Do you want to learn about home canning and preserving your own food?
I used to have a lot of problems with wasting the crops I grew and it always frustrated me, but I only had limited space in my freezer, and I didn't know any better. Now, with the skills I have learned, I preserve plenty of food at room temperature, and have enough to give away to friends and family. There's nothing like the gift of food – especially home-grown and home-preserved food!
This book is going to give you the skills to create that food, and allow you to store it safely in glass, with no need for a freezer or a cold room or a dehydrating machine.
In this book, you will discover:
About the many different methods of food preservation, and some of the pros and cons of each oneThe differences between water bath canning and pressure canning, and why these differences are importantThe kinds of food you can preserve with these two methodsHow to make space in your life for home canning, with practical tips to make the process easier and less dauntingHow to choose a home canner, and how to tell which type you should buyHow to can your own food, including step-by-step instructions to guide you from start to finish and set you on the road to successA couple of simple recipes to tryThe commonest canning mistakes that you'll want to avoid
Many people think that they are too busy for home canning, or that they will get overwhelmed. However, home canning can save you time and money, and you may find that you are amazed by how easy it is once you get going! Even if you aren't an expert in the kitchen, you can learn how to preserve your own food, because unlike cooking, home canning is a science, and you will be following exact instructions to make sure you get it right!
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