One of the aspects that I enjoyed about the book is that it set up so that the reader experiences quick burst of meaningful literature. The layout reminded me of a blog or a website and in this particular case that is not a bad thing.
The book covers everything from equipment needed to the science of canning safety. It also contains recipes and up close portraits of those who have experience canning. Descriptions and techniques are provided for jams, jellies, preserves, marmalade and fruit butters as well as conserves and curds.
This book is certainly worth having on ones bookshelf regardless of your interest whether it is health, cutting food cost or self-sufficiency this short read covers it.
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Tobias Whitaker blogs for Mother Earth News and Grit Magazine. Click on the Mother Earth News logo at the bottom of the page for all of his post. You can also find him on Facebook at Seed To Harvest: Bossy Hen Homestead https://www.facebook.com/seedtoharvestbossyhenhomestead/ which is a central location for his homesteading blogs and his homeschooling blog, A Mile In Her Shoes: Tales Of A Stay-At Home Dad found here https://amileinhershoestalesofastayathomedad.wordpress.com/