• MOTHER EARTH NEWS GUIDE TO REAL FOOD ALL YEAR

    Looking for a way to make delicious, homemade bread? How about advice on how to grow your best fall garden this year? Need tips for picking out chickens that produce the best eggs ever? Look no farther than this 100-page guide from Mother Earth News. Full of articles that instruct, help and point readers in the right direction for eating fresh food all year long, Guide to Real Food All Year has nearly 20 articles that cover everything from drying tomatoes to making your own cider, from growing great salads to saving time and energy with pressure cookers.

    With beautiful pictures, this guide explains how to eat better and save money. Readers will learn how to choose inexpensive cuts of grass-fed beef, free-range chicken and pastured pork for better nutrition and great flavor. Gardeners will read how to grow colorful heirloom corns for improved nutrition and great taste. Farmers market goers will learn how to dry the harvest they buy to stock up on homegrown snacks and convenience foods for year-round eating.

    Articles include:

    • Homemade Butter: The Best You'll Ever Have
    • Why Whole Wheat Is Way Better
    • Simple Tips for Better Garden Soil
    • Use Cold Frames to Grow More Food
    • Learn to Can for Homegrown Flavor
    Item: 6234

    Author: Mother Earth News Editors

    Format: Paperback

  • MOTHER EARTH NEWS HOW TO GROW AND PRESERVE YOUR OWN FOOD

    Enjoy a bountiful garden harvest this fall with the informative articles in this third edition of the Mother Earth News How to Grow and Preserve Your Own Food. From cover to cover, this glossy-paged guide contains tips and techniques for growing your own fruits and vegetables, and preserving them using simple, easy-to-learn techniques.

    Learn how to grow winter tomatoes indoors all through the season; harvest the freshest mushrooms with the help of a do-it-yourself kit; discover how to make sauerkraut; and more. This guide includes detailed articles on extending your growing season with greenhouses and cold frames, including how to build an easy hoop house for less than $1,000. You'll also learn how to build better soil with free organic fertilizers (including two you won't even need to pay for.)

    The editors of Mother Earth News have filled this 100-page guide with some of their best gardening and preserving articles. Articles include:

    • Savor Summer's Harvest All Year Long
    • Instant No-Dig Garden Beds
    • Use Wood Mulch to Build Great Garden Soil
    • Build a Solar Food Dehydrator
    • Grow Sage: Simple, Beautiful, Delicious
    Item: 6156

    Author: Mother Earth News

    Format: Paperback

  • MOTHER EARTH NEWS HOW TO GROW AND PRESERVE YOUR OWN FOOD

    Almost everything you need to know about growing and preserving your own food at home is in this 100-page guide from Mother Earth News. How to Grow and Preserve Your Own Food provides excellent articles filled with tips and advice for growing a healthy, successful garden, as well as canning your leftover bounty to enjoy in those cold winter months.

    Read how you can build better garden soil and make your own compost. Follow instructions for building your own mini-greenhouse with low tunnels for year-round gardening. Learn the benefits of using chickens in your garden. Discover how to grow lettuce, garlic and carrots.

    Not only are there wonderful articles for planting, growing and harvesting your garden produce, there's also information-rich articles for preserving that produce. "How to Store Fresh Vegetables" shows the best crops to grow or buy, and the right way to keep them fresher longer. Save money with "Learn to Can for Homegrown Flavor" and enjoy the delicious foods all winter with this traditional preservation skill. Read how to dry your own food and herbs, brew your own cider, make sauerkraut and more.

    Other articles included are:

    • Grow a Great Fall Garden: Here's everything you need to know to grow crisp, delicious broccoli, carrots, spinach and more.
    • Outdoor Root Cellars: Here are five easy ways to store fresh food for winter right in your garden - it's as easy as tossing a bagful of leaves over a patch of carrots!
    • Built This Portable, Predator-Proof Coop for Your Backyard: This low-cost coop plan makes raising backyard chickens easier for just about anyone.
    • The Best Kales: Sow this cold-hardy crop now for sweet soups and salads to savor throughout winter.
    • Fall in Love With Spinach: Packed with nutrition, this versatile vegetable can be grown almost anywhere.
    Item: 6844

    Format: Paperback

  • MOTHER EARTH NEWS HOW TO GROW AND PRESERVE YOUR OWN FOOD

    Not only are there great articles on growing a successful garden in the Mother Earth News How to Grow and Preserve Your Own Food guide, you’ll also read how to make those delicious fruits and vegetables last throughout the year. Filled with helpful tips, step-by-step instructions, beautiful photographs and more, this guide contains hundreds of great ways to achieve food security for you and your family.

    Learn how to grow a great fall garden with broccoli, carrots, spinach and more. Follow the simple instructions on an easy-to-make mini-greenhouse to help you stretch your growing season. Save money and enjoy delicious, homemade foods all winter with food preservation instructions. Read how to master the art of fermentation to make your own cheese, sauerkraut, beer, bread and more. Discover how to keep backyard chickens and bees for the best homegrown eggs and fresh, enjoyable honey.

    The guide also includes:

    • Top Gardening Challenges and How to Overcome Them: From rogue rabbits and 4-inch-long grasshoppers to clay soil and summer drought, a variety of problems can vex us in our gardens. Veteran organic growers detail how they cope.
    • Instant, No-Dig Garden Beds: Create or expand your food garden with this simple, time-saving technique.
    • Pick for Peak Flavor: Knowing when to harvest each crop will guarantee the freshest, most flavorful and nutritious produce from your garden.
    • Freezing Fruits and Vegetables From Your Garden: Round out your food preservation regimen! Use these great freezing tips to turn your garden harvests into delicious, off-season meals.
    • Sweet Cider Roundup: Make your own cider using this advice, which includes instructions for converting a washing machine into an extra-large juicer.
    Item: 7363

    Format: Paperback

  • MOTHER EARTH NEWS HOW TO GROW AND PRESERVE YOUR OWN FOOD, 6TH EDITION

    Get more from your garden this year! This sixth edition of Mother Earth News How to Grow and Preserve Your Own Food is filled with expertly written articles on growing a successful, bountiful garden and preserving fresh vegetables and fruits. You’ll learn how to eat in sync with the seasons, make easy compost, dry and freeze produce from your garden, and more.

    Discover how to have chickens in the garden by putting their manure to work and enlisting your birds for organic pest control. Learn how to grow great salads year-round. Read about freezing fruits and vegetables from your garden with straightforward freezing tips that turn your garden harvests into sensational, off-season meals. Follow simple steps to build your own solar food dehydrator.

    More articles include:

    • Grow a Great Fall Garden – Here’s everything you need to know to grow crisp, delicious broccoli, carrots, spinach and more.
    • The Amazon Underground Secret to a Better Garden – Enjoy healthier soil and superior harvests by nurturing the symbiotic relationship between plant roots and mycorrhizal fungi.
    • How to Store Fresh Vegetables – Learn the best crops to grow or buy, and the right ways to keep them.
    • How to Make Pickles – These three basics methods put perfect pickling within the grasp of every preserver. Just pick a pickle recipe and get started!
    • Drying Herbs: Easier Than You Think – You’ll never buy dried herbs again after you try one or more of these six methods for drying your own herbs at home.
    Item: 7698

    Format: Paperback

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