How To Store Your Home Grown Produce - John Harrison
John Harrison's handy 'How to Store Your Home Grown Produce' guides you through techniques such as bottling, drying, freezing and even salting. Like his other books, it contains practical advice, tips and methods not theories...More information
It's all very well growing your own and eating freshly picked fruit and vegetables, but what do you do with the inevitable gluts? 'How to Store Your Home Grown Produce' guides you through techniques such as bottling, drying, freezing and even salting. Like all John Harrison's books, it contains practical advice, tips and methods not theories. Covering traditional methods of storing produce and honestly explaining where they work well and are appropriate, as well as where they are not the best method with the equipment and time available to us today.
A practical guide for those who grow their own on how to store their home grown produce.
• 186 pages, full colour photographs and diagrams, glossy paper.
• Chapter list: Health & Safety, What Causes Food to Ripen & Rot & How to Stop it, Where to Store, Natural Storage, Salting, Lacto-Fermentation, Bottling (Canning), Chutneys, Ketchups & Sauces, Pickles, Jams, Juicing, Cider & Perry, Drying, Storing in Oil, Freezing, Vegetables, Fruits, Herbs, Eggs and Conversion Charts.
• No serious preserver should be without a copy of this book!
"John and Val cover virtually everything veggie that can be preserved, even including a section on eggs. It is the sort of book that inspires you to start preserving and it is one of those books that will become a handy reference in the kitchen."
- J Trim