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- Print Length: 318 pages
- Publication Date: October 3, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0164WUD0E
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- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #32,221 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Not only that, but the author is sweet, smart lady who always full of new ideas. If you buy this book, you can feel good knowing that you're supporting someone who is excited to share with others, and is happy to help others in their exploration of the Homesteading lifestyle in any stage - from complete newbie to seasoned off-gridder (is that a word? It is now!).
We have a small garden and I'm hoping this book will help me effectively use some of our yield this year. Also looking forward to trying some of the sweet treats that are made from fruit- I don't like giving my kids too much store bought candy because of all of the dyes and random ingredients. It will be neat to make it from scratch from something that at least has some nutritional value.
Note: I originally started reading this on eBook as my one free book a month as a Prime member. I ordered it in print after getting a few chapters in. The eBook is a nice resource, but this really has so many recipes that I can use that it's just a bit nicer to flip through in print.
I love the size - I did not realize it was an 8 1/2 x 11 book - what a nice surprise (I'm sure it was just me who did not read the description properly).
And the little stories that accompany many of the recipes are lovely. This book reminds me a lot of the cookbook "More With Less" which has been my favorite cookbook for many years.
There is room in the margins and on the bottom of the pages for your handwritten notes.
This is seriously a fantastic book. I'm always putting up food (canning) but never know what to do with it after - this has ideas for that. It has all sorts of recipes and lots of little stories.
I think my favorite feature of this book is that it sounds like the author, Marie Beausoleil, is sitting across the table from me, just talking to me like two old friends. It's not so technical that I can't make the recipes. It's just real down-home cooking!
The book is fairly well written, with few grammar errors.
I didn't think people were still writing this sort of book. I'm glad to see I was wrong.
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