The Everything Root Cellaring Book: Learn to store, cook, and preserve fresh produce all year round!

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F+W Media, Dec 18, 2010 - Cooking - 304 pages
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There's an old-fashioned solution to the problem of fresh produce going bad. Store fruits and veggies in a root cellar or other cold storage location! This book provides you with step-by-step plans on how to build a root cellar--or utilize the one you've got. Professional farmer Catherine Abbott teaches you:

  • How to effectively organize your root cellar
  • Where to store fruits and vegetables in unconventional places
  • What the best fruits and vegetables are for storing
  • Ways to preserve, dry, and freeze a variety of foods to enjoy all winter long
  • Recipes for fresh fruits, berries, veggies, and herbs to cook all year round

Featuring illustrations for building root cellars as well as a full nutritional breakdown for all 150 recipes, you will love this comprehensive guide. Before long, you'll know how to provide yourself and your family with great nutritious foods all year long!

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About the author (2010)

Catherine Abbott grew up in a farming community where the root cellar was a necessity in every household in order to have fresh food throughout the winter. Abbott teaches gardening classes locally and has developed a popular website called www.your-vegetable-gardening-helper.com. She is the author of The Everything Grow Your Own Vegetables Book.

Meghan Shinn is the editor of Horticulture, a national magazine for avid home gardeners. Currently she gardens on her apartment patio with pots full of annuals and veggies in Ohio.

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