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Canning and Preserving: Your Quick and Easy Guide to Fresh Food All Year Long - cover

Canning and Preserving: Your Quick and Easy Guide to Fresh Food All Year Long

Sara Elliott Price

Publisher: Sara Elliott Price

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Discover How Canning Allows You to Enjoy Your Favorite Fresh Foods, Anytime--Year Round! 
You can save money, stay healthy, and enjoy food from your garden during the winter--simply by learning to can your own food. Canning and preserving is much easier than you might think.  Whether you've found your Grandmas delicious jam recipe, you want to have tomatoes from your garden year round, or maybe you just don't want to give away those few extra pounds of berries you picked, it's time to consider home canning. 
Canning will satisfy your craving for delicious, local produce all year long!  
In much of Europe, canning and preserving food is still a routine practice today. Sometimes it's the only reliable way to enjoy high quality, nutritious food year round. Canning keeps your food safe and delicious a lot longer than any refrigerator ever can. And even better, when you're done your extra food won't take up the limited space in your fridge or freezer! 
It's not difficult to do. If you have a stove, some extra shelf space out of direct sunlight, and a recipe you want to try, it's time for you to consider canning your own food at home. 
 
Here's a preview of what's inside…The different methods used for home canningWhat equipment you need and how to prepare itHow to safely & effectively can your favorite foodsBacteria, bugs, and more: what to avoid and whyThe essentials you need to know for successful canningWhat you need to know about properly canning meatAn assortment of canning recipes to help you get started fastPlus, so much more! 
If you've ever wanted a better option than the freezer to preserve your favorite foods you owe it to yourself to learn how to properly can and preserve your own food. It truly is one of those great life skills everyone should posses.

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