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Old 12-19-2012, 09:44 PM   #38
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Backwoods Home Freebies this week:

Wednesday December 19th: Download FREE --“ Ask Jackie: Pressure canning”: http://www.amazon.com/Ask-Jackie-Pre...=Ask+Jackie%3A

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This Ask Jackie guide contains a wealth of knowledge on pressure canning, and comes chock-full of recipes and advice. Throughout its pages, the book covers dairy-related questions, gives recipes for hearty home canned meals, extensively covers vegetable and tomato canning, and touches on nuts, legumes, and peppers. This is a wonderful counterpart to Water Bath Canning.

Thursday December 20th: Download FREE -- “Ask Jackie: Food storage”: http://www.amazon.com/Ask-Jackie-Foo...=Ask+Jackie%3A

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Food Storage is the ultimate guide to storing food. A small sampling of the book includes Jackie's insights on building a root cellar, mastering the art of dehydration, keeping meat from going rancid, and preserving potatoes. This guide to food preservation addresses a variety of homesteaders, and is equally relevant to those who live at high elevation, in wet climates, or even in sub-zero temperatures.

Friday December 21st: Download FREE -- “Ask Jackie: Homestead cooking”: http://www.amazon.com/Ask-Jackie-Hom...=Ask+Jackie%3A

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This large book is perfect for the kitchen. Departing from canning, this installment of the "Ask Jackie" series covers everything from vegetables to vinegar. Spanning from dairy, to grains, to meals, to fruit and vegetables, its pages provide delicious recipes, handy hints, and practical advice for those learning to cook or perfecting their skills as a self-sufficient homesteader. This fits nicely with both Water Bath Canning and Pressure Canning to provide a truly comprehensive guide to food preparation.
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