From the Back Cover:
For the self-sufficient farmer or the urban weekend gardener, the third edition of Stocking Up is an invaluable addition to any kitchen. With detailed illustrations and easy-to-follow directions, this encyclopedic resource makes “stocking up” easy.
Follow step-by-step instructions for:
Freezing, canning, drying, and preserving fruits, vegetables, meats, fish, and poultry
Harvesting nuts, seeds, sprouts, fruits, and vegetables
Preparing pickles, relishes, jams, jellies, butters, cheeses, and breads.
With more than 300 recipes for preservable foods—from old standards like casseroles, fruit leather, and ice cream to new favorites such as sun-dried tomatoes, herb vinegars, and salt-and sugar-free versions of basic fare, Stocking Up covers everything for the home cook. Hundreds of charts and illustrations simplify preserving chores and choices for everyone interested in stocking up on wholesome, natural foods.
Are you prepared for a SHTF/natural disaster? Do you want to insure a clean food supply? Are you unhappy with the quality of the food available today? Do you want to save money? Are you ready to get back to basics?
We need to remember some of the old time life styles on how we once lived. I am listing books that have many of these benefits. This is one of many books that may be helpful.
The internet and/or CD’s and even the Kindle, are great, you can get so much information! But if the net went down or there was no electrical available, then the good old fashioned book would come in very handy.
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Hello, we are in the process of moving from one state to another...it looks like we might be done in a couple of years!!!
Items that are listed with No hold on them, we have at the new location. The other items that have a Hold on them would still be at the old location that we are trying to move from.
The most popular, the East German fabric, is mostly moved to our new location.
Thanks for being patient with us!
Ray & Ann
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