The Ultimate Guide To Food Dehydration and Drying: How To Dehydrate, Dry, and Preserve Your FoodThe Ultimate Guide To Food Dehydration And DryingHow To Dehydrate, Dry, And Preserve Your Food* Over 5000 Copies Downloaded! Join The Crowd and Download Now!Good preparation means being ready for an unexpected shortage in basic necessities. This makes home food preservation techniques as important as ever in today's uncertain climate. Learning these practical and easy to learn methods will ensure that you're prepared for months up to years with a wide range of nutritional foods. But being prepared isn't the only reason to preserve food; there are several economical, nutritional, and fun reasons to join this ...
Too often, preserves are but a pale reflection of fresh foods. Luckily, this definitely is not the case with natural preserving techniques. Thanks to the nine main methods described in this book, we learn that almost any food can be preserved without nutrient loss. All of the recipes are effective, economical, and easy to do at home. Most of the methods (drying; lactic fermentation; and preserving in oil, salt, or vinegar, for example) issue from a long tradition that has been swept aside by a tidal wave of industrial canned and frozen foods. This tradition holds an immense but lately obscured wealth of gastronomic and nutritional value. Very often, these recipes go beyond merely preserving food: they transform it by enriching it with new flavors, and better than either freezing or sterilization usually can. We also discover that by using less sugar in jams and other sweet preserves, fruit retains its full flavor, without burdening us with additional calories. With 300 recipes describing how to preserve over one hundred kinds of food, this book restores our appetite for traditional preserves that truly are house specialties.
In a disaster, having food isn’t enough—you also have to know what to do with it. Deborah D. Moore has been a Prepper for most of her life, long before the term was popular. She believes in being prepared to winter in during the long cold months that she has to endure in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. An entire room of her small home is devoted to food and supply storage. Since her house is small it’s easy to heat with the wood cook stove that, at the same time, gives her a means of cooking and baking her food supplies. Featuring over 100 receipes, author Deborah D. Moore will take you on a fun, step-by-step journey to recreate the same meals she makes every day on her wood stove—using only what she has stored in her pantry.