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Every Step in canning, the cold pack method: (Prepper Archeology Collection Edition)

Every Step in canning, the cold pack method: (Prepper Archeology Collection Edition)

Every Step in canning, the cold pack method: (Prepper Archeology Collection Edition)

The knowledge that our Grandparents, and Great Grandparents knew in their everyday lives, can be a great asset for our use in these ever more difficult economic times. Goat Hollow Press is pleased to make Every step in canning, the cold pack method available to a new generation of home canners!

List Price: $ 11.49

Price: $ 11.49

8 Comments/Reviews

  • bluebear13 says:
    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Historic Preppers Canning Methods explained, October 12, 2011
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    This review is from: Every Step in canning, the cold pack method: (Prepper Archeology Collection Edition) (Paperback)

    I truly enjoy reading historical accounts of those who strived to survive by putting aside a portion of their harvest for future use and these insights into methods of preserving food that sustained my grand and great-grandparents is a valuable addition to my collection. The cold pack method has always been a mystery until this book explained it.

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  • Scifi Fan "minrlwtr" says:
    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
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    Canning like your grandmother did, October 6, 2011
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    Scifi Fan “minrlwtr” (Montgomery, Alabama United States) –

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    This is an excellant book on many of the lost and forgotten ways of canning food. While some people may frown on older methods due to modern day health issues, I really wanted this valuable knoweldge for use when it might not be practical or have modern equipment available to put up my harvest. This is a rare and really valuable book,that with a bit of common sense and following the warnings in the book,one can can almost anything. This book was a mainstay in its time and well respected by housewives as a handy reference guide.

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  • Roddie "roddie" says:
    5 of 9 people found the following review helpful:
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    Historical information, May 17, 2010
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    Roddie “roddie” (SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA, United States) –
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    I am really interested in learning to can, especially cold pack method. I bought “Every Step in Canning, The Cold Pack method” because of the title. Now I feel duped as this book was written in the 1920’s on methods know at that time. Much safer methods are now known so this book is a confusing waste of time. The title should make reference to it’s historical nature. Like, “Old & Risky Ways to Preserve Food”.

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  • Pampa Yousel says:

    My father is a contractor in Italy, and I have seen him building bathrooms all my life. I need here in the USA (Michigan) step by step instructions on how to build a bathroom in an unfinished basement .

  • isa da luiza rimou says:

    what courses should i take in college, basically how do i become a petroleum engineer. step by step information on how to become a petroleum engineer right after high school, i dont really need an overveiw of what petroleum engineer is, or what they do, or salary ect.. if you can provide a link to where you got this info. that would be great, thanks in advance.

  • Bloody Mary says:

    How many outfits should I pack for my baby when I pack my hospital bag? (There’s no telling how long I’ll be in the hospital for) so how many should I pack for her just to be safe? What about myself and my husband? How many should I pack for us?

  • Madison Pettis says:

    What is the difference between sociology, anthropology and archeology? What type of careers do these degrees lead to? Do people usually have to get a phd or masters if they pursue these fields?

  • Heidi Cabrera says:

    How do I pack my dress shirts in my suitcase without them getting creased & wrinkled? I am packing my large suitcase now, and I have ten or twelve dress shirts I have to pack in there too- I heard rolling them somehow can minimize wrinkling? Please help, thanks!

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