The Home Preserving Bible
Drying, fermenting, pickling, curing, canning, cellaring, freezing-more and more people are getting into home food preserving, and with good reason. When you preserve your garden’s (or grocer’s bounty, you have access to healthy food year-round. Plus, you know what in your food-and more importantly, what’s not-when you control the ingredients.
Packed with detailed description, helpful illustrations, and nearly 300 recipes, The Home Preserving Bible is your one-stop reference for everything preserving-related. In it, you get:
- – Clear and easy-to-follow instructions for the various methods of home preserving.
- – A list of the tools, utensils,, and other equipment you need to get started.
- – Essential information on proper food handling and safe preserving techniques.
- – Tips for drying fruits, vegetables, herbs, meat, seafood, and even nuts and seeds.
- – Fun recipes for fermenting wines, hard ciders, vinegars, yogurt and other cultured dairy products, and lacto-fermented vegetables.
- – Pointers for perfectly pickled vegetables, fruits, eggs, and so much more.
- – Recipes for dry-and wet-curing meats and seafood.
Tons of canning recipes, including fruits, vegetables, sauces, salsas, chutneys, jams, and pie fillings.
Additional product information
|Size:||233mm X 187mm.|
|Binding:||Soft laminated cover. Perfect bound.|
|Images (Colour or Mono)||Text only|
|Author and/or publisher||Carole Cancler. /Penguin Books|