Whether it concerns brewing beer, making bread, or keeping cows, pigs, poultry or bees, William Cobbett's classic work, originally published in 1821, is still an inspiring guide for anyone seeking to become self-sufficient. This 1833 edition also includes Cobbett's ""The Poor Man's Friend: A Defence of the Rights of Those Who Do the Work, and Fight the Battles.""
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