The Put ‘em Up! Preserving Answer Book

Got questions? Get answers!  The Answer book has almost 400 solutions to your home food preservation hurdles.  Canning (both Boiling Water Method and Pressure Canning), Drying, Fermenting, Freezing, even tips for Root Cellaring and using your modern root cellar–your fridge–are all covered.  Pick up this handy little guide–the 3rd book

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“Put ‘em Up! Fruit”

80 recipes for preserving seasonal fruit, 80 recipes for using up those preserves (or even preserves you have been gifted or picked up the market).  A great resource for those who want to start preserving their own food, seasoned preservers, or anyone who has ever looked in their pantry and thought, “What am I going to do with all that jam?”

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Drink it Up! Cup

Now available on Etsy and at select retail locations!

The Drink it Up! Cup is a hand-made (by me!), upcycled canning jar fitted with a stainless steel straw. Great for all of your sipping pleasure! It holds up to 16 ounces of your favorite beverage and is completely washable/reusable.  Buy one (or more!!) today! Click here to order online!

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Put ‘em Up!

Storey (2010)

Canning, fermenting, freezing, drying – just a few of the many ways eaters can preserve the fantastic flavors of locally grown foods. Whether you’re a canning novice or preservation pro, this book gives eaters all of the information they need to Put ‘em Up!

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edible: A Celebration of Local Foods

Contributor

by Tracey Ryder and Carole Topalian
Wiley (2010)

Discover the joys of local foods, from the experts at Edible Communities
A gorgeous full-color celebration of America’s local food heroes and traditions, Edible is a must-have for anyone interested in the local food movement, environmental issues, or just a great meal. The book profiles local food artisans who are making a difference and provides 80 seasonal specialty recipes that incorporate the very best local foods from every region of the United States.

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The Real Food Revival: Aisle by Aisle, Morsel by Morsel

Co-Author

Sherri Brooks Vinton and Ann Clark Espuelas
Tarcher (2005)
from Publisher’s Weekly…(starred selection) “This book gives readers tools for change, offering hope for a future rife with sustainable and flavorful food.”
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