Preserve your garden pickings!
It will save tons of money and encourage your family to eat healthier, organic, more nutritious foods.
Having absolutely no experience in canning, I can say The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Preserving Food really taught me a lot.
Shocked at how many tomatoes eight tomato plants produced this year (see just a few above), I have been working in conjunction with the “Plant A Row For The Hungry” initiative promoted by The Garden Writers Association (www.gardenwriters.org). Once a week I have been giving away veggies to the local food pantry. When I am not giving away all my extra food, I am slicing, dicing, and cooking to my hearts content.
Happily, community and family are both founded on food and The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Preserving Food can really help you keep your community centered on saving money by teaching readers how to can it, freeze it, pickle it, and preserve it. Karen K. Brees, Ph.D. is the author of this delightful guide. With simple recipe’s and common sense advice, she keeps it easy to understand for the every day foodie. A must have for your library!
Make a difference for your family and for the hungry in America by planting a garden. Help keep our children’s brains strong by providing healthy food free of harmful chemicals.
Shawna Coronado says Get Healthy! Get Green! Get Community!