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I own this book and bought a second copy to give as a gift to my son and daughter-in-law. The recipes are wonderful and perfect for urban farmers who wish to put up preserves and... Read morePublished 8 days ago by Tooncesmom
I appreciate the concept of small-batch preserving. This book was easy to understand with excellent directions and recipes. I have successfully made several of the recipes. Read morePublished 10 days ago by S Brown
so many different recipes. can't wait till next year for harvest from my own vegetables. they all look easy to doPublished 1 month ago by Carol A. McCombie-Everson
Have canned a few things using this book-used to can a lot when my children were young and at home.Published 1 month ago by Karen Rubish
Has not been a clunker yet, All recipes so far have been easy to understand, thorough and complete. Uses common ingredients and represent a wide range of food types. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Gary Scott
I would definitely recommend this book to anyone who want to do some canning, but doesn't want the huge batches. I used the Strawberry Jam recipe and everyone just LOVED it! Read morePublished 2 months ago by lcurtis
i have many canning books and when i got this from the library i knew i had to have it. easy to use and good ideasPublished 2 months ago by timone46
The book exceeded my expectations. 300 recipies are more than one could ever use. I recommend this book for casual canners who don't have or don't want large batches of food.Published 2 months ago by Daniel Klimovich
If refrigeration is a form of preserving, which it is, then any cookbook that has recipes that might generate leftovers should be considered a "preserving" cookbook. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Heavens