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Canning and Preserving Your Own Harvest: An Encyclopedia of Country Living Guide

Canning and Preserving Your Own Harvest: An Encyclopedia of Country Living Guide

Canning and Preserving Your Own Harvest: An Encyclopedia of Country Living Guide

Equipped with the knowledge of when to harvest, how to harvest, and what supplies are needed to preserve your harvest, anyone can learn what it takes to create authentic, old-fashioned recipes in this age of supermarket dependence. Carla Emery’s in-depth knowledge comes from her years spent with farmers and homesteaders who truly lived off the land. Culling from and expanding on sections in the famed Encyclopedia of Country Living, co-author Lorene Forkner offers a discussion of our changing motivation as food consumers, detailed explanations of the processes behind canning and preserving, and a wealth of recipes for fruits, vegetables, meats and fish, and herbs. From drying to pickling to freezing, Emery’s preserving methods are as broad i

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  • Midwest Book Review says:
    8 of 8 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    A no-nonsense, step-by-step guide to properly (and safely – improper canning can promote food poisoning) preserving one’s food, September 15, 2009
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    This review is from: Canning and Preserving Your Own Harvest: An Encyclopedia of Country Living Guide (Paperback)

    Canning & Preserving Your Own Harvest is a no-nonsense, step-by-step guide to properly (and safely – improper canning can promote food poisoning) preserving one’s food, from freezing, drying, and canning to creating a root cellar, making fruit preserves, pickling, and much more. The second half of Canning & Preserving Your Own Harvest is devoted to recipes that make delectable use of one’s preserved food! A “must-have”, user-friendly guide for anyone interested in preserving what they have grown themselves, Canning & Preserving Your Own Harvest is highly recommended.

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  • Kandas Caine says:
    5 of 5 people found the following review helpful:
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Experience is the key., April 2, 2010
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    Kandas Caine (Tipton, IN USA) –
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    This review is from: Canning and Preserving Your Own Harvest: An Encyclopedia of Country Living Guide (Paperback)

    I believe that this would be a great book for beginning food preservers. The book describes different methods of food preservation from canning to dehydration. It provides enough information to get you going. Food safety is stressed and adequate information is provided on equipment. For those of us who have experience in preserving, I believe our money could be better spent elsewhere.

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  • "Herself" says:
    2 of 3 people found the following review helpful:
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Buy it here, December 25, 2009
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    This review is from: Canning and Preserving Your Own Harvest: An Encyclopedia of Country Living Guide (Paperback)

    Been wanting this book as a gift for someone and was very happy to see more reasonable prices offered here on Amazon. It isn’t a large or lengthy book…basic info.

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  • Mike Bars says:

    Pick one or the other. Don’t like one? Pick the one you dislike the least. These names are anagrams. Same letters, rearranged.

    Girls –

    Alice vs. Celia
    May vs. Mya vs. Amy
    Hera vs. Rhea
    Shelia vs. Elisha
    Annette vs. Nanette
    Theodora vs. Dorthea
    Valeria vs. Valarie
    Aileen vs. Elaine
    Amelia vs. Amalie
    Amélie vs. Emelia
    Melanie vs. Emelina
    Mariah vs. Amirah
    Linnéa vs. Anneli
    Caroline vs. Cornelia
    Elanor vs. Lenora vs. Lorena
    Claire vs. Carlie
    Clara vs. Carla
    Hester vs. Esther
    Isla vs. Lisa vs. Alis
    Mary vs. Myra

    Boys –

    Alec vs. Cale vs. Cáel
    Lucas vs. Claus
    Arden vs. Andre vs. Daren
    Ari vs. Ira
    Roland vs. Arnold vs. Ronald
    Orlando vs. Ronaldo
    Corey vs. Royce
    Leroy vs. Elroy vs. Royle
    Sloane vs. Leonas
    Ethan vs. Thane
    Adrien vs. Andrei vs. Raiden vs. Darien
    Auden vs. Duane
    Kaleb vs. Blake
    Booker vs. Brooke
    Darby vs. Brady
    Emery vs. Meyer
    Johan vs. Jonah
    Leon vs. Noel

    Mixed –

    Theodore (Boy) vs. Dorothée (Girl)
    Hamlet (Boy) vs. Thelma (Girl)
    Vasiliy (Boy) vs. Sylvia (Girl)
    Jonas (Boy) vs. Jason (Boy) vs. Sonja (Girl)
    Mario (Boy) vs. Moira (Girl)
    Ramon (Boy) vs. Roman (Boy) vs. Norma (Girl)
    Ares (Boy) vs. Sera (Girl)
    Rohan (Boy) vs. Norah (Girl)
    Sora (Boy) vs. Rosa (Girl)
    Eros (Boy) vs. Rose (Girl)
    Blaise (Boy) vs. Basile (Boy) vs. Sibéal (Girl) vs. Isabel (Girl)
    Abe (Boy) vs. Bea (Girl)
    Dane (Boy) vs. Dean (Boy) vs. Dena (Girl) vs. Edna (Girl)
    Dale (Boy) vs. Leda (Girl) vs. Adel (Girl)
    Aidan (Boy) vs. Diana (Girl) vs. Nadia (Girl)
    Aiden (Boy) vs. Diane (Girl)
    Elias (Boy) vs. Alise (Girl) vs. Elisa (Girl)
    Énna (Boy) vs. Anne (Girl)
    Christian (Boy) vs. Christina (Girl)
    Clay (Boy) vs. Lacy (Girl)
    Cole (Boy) vs. Cleo (Girl)
    Leander (Boy) vs. Léandre (Boy) vs. Darlene (Girl)
    Hale (Boy) vs. Leah (Girl)
    Eliott (Boy) vs. Lottie (Girl)
    Lane (Boy) vs.Neal (Boy) vs. Léan (Girl) vs. Lena (Girl)
    Ernie (Boy) vs. Irene (Girl)
    Jean (Boy/Girl) vs. Jane (Girl) vs. Jena (Girl)
    Silas (Boy) vs. Lissa (Girl)
    Liam (Boy) vs. Mila (Girl)

    *Sibéal is the Irish form of Isabel.
    *Léan is the Irish form of Helen.
    *Alis is the Welsh form of Alice.

  • Candon Myles says:

    Hey! I’m from London and I’m curious as to how you feel about these alternative spellings. Please tell me your favorite and your least favorite. Would you use these spellings for your children? Are they creative enough? Thanks!

    Kayla—Keighla
    Emery—Emmarey
    Victoria—Vicktorya
    Jessica—Jessyckah
    Brittany—Britennie
    Carla—Karrlaa
    Erin—Aarenh
    Jillian—Jillienne
    Miranda—M’randah
    Cedar—Cydrrh
    Abigail—Abbagael
    Tanya—Taneiya
    Sarah—Sarra
    Patton—Pattynh
    Gloria—Gloreyiah
    Rain—Reighn
    Cassidy—Kassadey
    Maeve—Mayv
    Rebecca—Rabeckah
    Shawn—Chaunn
    Megan—Meggyn
    Alicia—Alyshah
    Anastasia—Anastaiezjaah
    Stephanie—Steffeney
    Isabel—Izzbell
    Julia—Joolya
    Lucy—Leuci
    Alexandra—Alycksandra
    Roxy—Roksie
    Bridget—Bryjette/Briedgit
    Ava—Aevah
    Tory—Toreye
    Skye—Skigh
    Naomi—Naeomey
    Ashley—Ashellye
    Taylor—Taeighlar
    Tyler—Tuylr
    Carly—Kareleighh
    Valerie—Vahlorye
    Rachel—Raychl
    Brianna—Brieonnah
    Danielle—Daenyeighlle
    Kimberly—Kyhmborlie
    Lindsey—Lynzeei
    Ali—Alle
    Harmony—Harminnie
    Shannon—Chanynnh
    Chelsea—Chehlsaeygh
    Elena—Alaiennah
    Elizabeth—Allyzzebyth
    well, sorry, but i tried. and sorry, rachel, for ruining your name, but i have a lot more decency than you guys. Really, I do. Sure, you guys can think they’re awful but I think they’re okay. So think that all you want but I do not want to hear from you and do not post your garbage hate responses on this website. None of you get a best answer. You derserve nothing. It is not a waste of five points.

  • Kassie says:

    Pick one or the other. Don’t like one? Pick the one you dislike the least. These names are anagrams. Same letters, rearranged.

    Girls –

    Alice vs. Celia
    May vs. Mya vs. Amy
    Hera vs. Rhea
    Shelia vs. Elisha
    Annette vs. Nanette
    Theodora vs. Dorthea
    Valeria vs. Valarie
    Aileen vs. Elaine
    Amelia vs. Amalie
    Amélie vs. Emelia
    Melanie vs. Emelina
    Mariah vs. Amirah
    Linnéa vs. Anneli
    Caroline vs. Cornelia
    Elanor vs. Lenora vs. Lorena
    Claire vs. Carlie
    Clara vs. Carla
    Hester vs. Esther
    Isla vs. Lisa vs. Alis
    Mary vs. Myra

    Boys –

    Alec vs. Cale vs. Cáel
    Lucas vs. Claus
    Arden vs. Andre vs. Daren
    Ari vs. Ira
    Roland vs. Arnold vs. Ronald
    Orlando vs. Ronaldo
    Corey vs. Royce
    Leroy vs. Elroy vs. Royle
    Sloane vs. Leonas
    Ethan vs. Thane
    Adrien vs. Andrei vs. Raiden vs. Darien
    Auden vs. Duane
    Kaleb vs. Blake
    Booker vs. Brooke
    Darby vs. Brady
    Emery vs. Meyer
    Johan vs. Jonah
    Leon vs. Noel

    Mixed –

    Theodore (Boy) vs. Dorothée (Girl)
    Hamlet (Boy) vs. Thelma (Girl)
    Vasiliy (Boy) vs. Sylvia (Girl)
    Jonas (Boy) vs. Jason (Boy) vs. Sonja (Girl)
    Mario (Boy) vs. Moira (Girl)
    Ramon (Boy) vs. Roman (Boy) vs. Norma (Girl)
    Ares (Boy) vs. Sera (Girl)
    Rohan (Boy) vs. Norah (Girl)
    Sora (Boy) vs. Rosa (Girl)
    Eros (Boy) vs. Rose (Girl)
    Blaise (Boy) vs. Basile (Boy) vs. Sibéal (Girl) vs. Isabel (Girl)
    Abe (Boy) vs. Bea (Girl)
    Dane (Boy) vs. Dean (Boy) vs. Dena (Girl) vs. Edna (Girl)
    Dale (Boy) vs. Leda (Girl) vs. Adel (Girl)
    Aidan (Boy) vs. Diana (Girl) vs. Nadia (Girl)
    Aiden (Boy) vs. Diane (Girl)
    Elias (Boy) vs. Alise (Girl) vs. Elisa (Girl)
    Énna (Boy) vs. Anne (Girl)
    Christian (Boy) vs. Christina (Girl)
    Clay (Boy) vs. Lacy (Girl)
    Cole (Boy) vs. Cleo (Girl)
    Leander (Boy) vs. Léandre (Boy) vs. Darlene (Girl)
    Hale (Boy) vs. Leah (Girl)
    Eliott (Boy) vs. Lottie (Girl)
    Lane (Boy) vs.Neal (Boy) vs. Léan (Girl) vs. Lena (Girl)
    Ernie (Boy) vs. Irene (Girl)
    Jean (Boy/Girl) vs. Jane (Girl) vs. Jena (Girl)
    Silas (Boy) vs. Lissa (Girl)
    Liam (Boy) vs. Mila (Girl)

    *Sibéal is the Irish form of Isabel.
    *Léan is the Irish form of Helen.
    *Alis is the Welsh form of Alice.

  • Julie says:

    use these name to make three first/middle name combos

    first names:
    Lindsey, Cassandra, Savanna, Analia, Kailey, Madeleine, Angie, Kaelyn, Janiyah, Joselyn, Emery, Georgia, Madalyn, Rylie, Monica, Kiera, Bethany, Brynn, Norah, Dulce, Isla, Jaelyn, Erica, Julissa, Kaylie

    middle names:
    Karlie, Jolie, Adalynn, Lea, Jaslene, Leighton, Mckayla, Jakayla, Bristol, Carla, Gisselle, Mariam, June, Jazlynn, Dahlia, Kenley, Ansley, Maci, Barbara, Taliyah, Teresa, ALiyah, Jaylene, Elyse, Krystal
    these aren’t necessarily names I like. they are from the SSA site baby names for 2009

  • Elinor Tuten says:

    went to see a hypnotist last night for New years! his opening remarks are that hypnotism is harmless, no can do anything against their will.

    So i dont believe it. Carla Emery wrote a book about criminals who hypnotize.
    what do you think
    http://cid-fff19b48ee821aa4.skydrive.live.com/self.aspx/Public/0CarlaEmeryAccusesHypnotherapyRebukesJohn.wma
    all very good answers. the thing which i didnt see is the ability DECEIVE a relaxed person into thinking they SEE things that are not real. and this hypnotist actually did show Post hypnotic suggestions work, after , the “volunteers” were AWAKE. I also noticed he made clicking sounds, to which he didnt UNDO

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