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Old 01-10-2013, 02:33 PM   #48
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BACKWOODS HOME MAGAZINE EBOOK FREEBIES!!!!

Beginning tonight at midnight, and lasting all day Thursday and Friday, January 10 and 11, Backwoods Home Magazine will be giving away 6 eBooks. It is by far our largest ever two-day Kindle.


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Self-reliance: Recession-proof your pantry [Kindle Edition]
Jackie Clay (Author), Jeffrey R. Yago (Author), Sylvia Gist (Author), Linda Gabris (Author), Backwoods Home Magazine (Editor)


http://www.amazon.com/Self-reliance-...+home+magazine

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Recession-proof your pantry with these ideas on long-term storage, what to keep in your pantry, canning basics, freezing and dehydrating foods, and recipes to help you in good times and bad. This self-reliance guide from Backwoods Home Magazine is a must-have for everyone starting on the road to self-reliance as well as those well along their way.
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Ask Jackie: Pressure canning [Kindle Edition]
Jackie Clay-Atkinson (Author), Backwoods Home Magazine (Editor)


http://www.amazon.com/Ask-Jackie-Pre...+home+magazine

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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.
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Ask Jackie: Homesteading [Kindle Edition]
Jackie Clay-Atkinson (Author), Backwoods Home Magazine (Editor)


http://www.amazon.com/Ask-Jackie-Hom...+home+magazine

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Homesteading is a must-have book for any homesteader, whether he or she has been homesteading for decades or is just beginning on the path to self-reliance. This installment of the "Ask Jackie" series begins with answers to the questions of those who are just getting started, guiding the reader through buying land, setting up water and heat, making soap, cooking with cast iron, and dealing with homestead pests, among many other things. The book closes with an inspirational chapter on Jackie's childhood, her children, and her joys and struggles with homesteading in various states for most of her adult life.
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Ask Jackie: Homestead cooking [Kindle Edition]
Jackie Clay-Atkinson (Author), Backwoods Home Magazine (Editor)


http://www.amazon.com/Ask-Jackie-Hom...+home+magazine

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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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Ask Jackie: Gardening [Kindle Edition]
Jackie Clay-Atkinson (Author), Backwoods Home Magazine (Editor)


http://www.amazon.com/Ask-Jackie-Gar...+home+magazine

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The Gardening book is an expansive "how-to" for anyone interested in gardening. The topics range from saving seeds, to planting trees, to building irrigation, to planting fruit and vegetables, to container gardening. In these pages, Jackie provides a sensible and interesting guide to gardening, whether on acres of purchased land or a small city balcony.
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Ask Jackie: Animals [Kindle Edition]
Jackie Clay-Atkinson (Author), Backwoods Home Magazine (Editor)


http://www.amazon.com/Ask-Jackie-Ani...+home+magazine

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This volume covers a wide range of questions about caring for livestock on the homestead. Jackie's advice ranges from dealing with cannibalistic hens to providing the healthiest and cheapest chicken feed, from finding the best dairy goat to using the safest do-it-yourself method of bull castration. Jackie also explains the reasons for hanging meat, the proper way to dispose of large animals, and even shares a dog food stew recipe from her old boss.
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