What the Amish Can Teach Us about the Simple Life: Homespun Hints for Family Gatherings, Spending Less, and Sharing Your Bounty

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Harvest House Publishers, Feb 1, 2013 - Self-Help - 160 pages
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Emphasizing Amish values of faith, simplicity, and self-sufficiency, author Georgia Varozza (Homestyle Amish Kitchen Cookbook) offers fresh ideas to make faith, serenity, and healthy living a stronger presence in everyday life. Drawing on her family's Plain roots, she provides innovative suggestions and easy-to-follow instructions to help readers

  • create a home atmosphere that promotes faith and family
  • simplify their lives by controlling technology
  • enjoy the satisfaction of successful do-it-yourself projects
  • discover the benefits of growing and raising their own food
  • generate less waste by repurposing, reusing, and recycling

Practical and hands-on, this book is a great resource for people who want to make a few simple changes or fully embrace a more wholesome lifestyle.

 

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The subtitle to this book is Homespun Hints for Family Gatherings, Spending Less and Sharing Your Bounty. The title and subtitle describe exactly what this book is all about. From ways to enjoy time ... Read full review

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Georgia Varozza, the author and general editor of The Homestyle Amish Kitchen Cookbook, has worked in the publishing field for more than 20 years as a journalist, editor, and writer. As a certified Master Food Preserver, she has taught many people in her community how to safely preserve their family's foods. Georgia's family comes from a Plain background, and many of the recipes she shares are family favorites. Read Georgia's blog at www.georgiaplainandsimple.blogspot.com

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