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Yes, You Can! And Freeze and Dry It, Too: The Modern Step-by-Step Guide to Preserving Food (Paperback)

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Daniel Gasteiger learned food preservation as a child participating in everything from preparing jellies and preserves, harvesting maple sap and making syrup, to raising bees for honey. For the past 15 years, Daniel has expanded his food preservation activities to include dehydrating, pickling, and pressure canning.

Daniel is a professional writer having started his career on a magazine startup. There, he was responsible for acquiring and editing manuscripts from freelancers, for writing original material, and for overseeing the work of a department of six. He has published more than 300 articles in consumer magazines and authored or coauthored five books. He has written and designed software documentation, user-supported newsletters, company newsletters, marketing collateral, advertising copy, video scripts, and blogs.
Daniel manages three blogs related to gardening and preserving food and is connected with the garden blogging community and the garden writing His blogs get attention from at least 6,000 monthly visitors who are interested in growing, cooking, and preserving produce. – Your Small Kitchen Garden teaches how to grow produce in limited space, how to preserve it, and how to cook it. This blog emphasizes growing food. – Your Home Kitchen Garden is about kitchen gardening on any scale, but it leans more toward cooking fresh produce and processing it for long-term storage. – Food Dryer Home is about dehydrating food.


Preserving food is hot! The local food movement gains even more popularity as consumers return to vegetable gardening to grow their own food. They increasingly have become interested in the techniques for “putting up” their bounty. Driven by the recession; the need for healthier, chemical-free food,and taste, people everywhere are preserving the abundance of fruits, vegetables, and herbs harvested from their garden (or someone else’s). You don’t even have to grow your own to preserve freshness; non-gardeners too are learning to preserve with locally grown produce bought from local markets. Targeted at anyone who wants to capture the flavor of freshness, whether it’s from making tomato sauce, drying herbs, or preserving jams and jellies.


ISBN 9781591864875
Genre COOKING / Methods / Canning & Preserving
Format Paperback
Pages 252
Publisher Date 2011-04-10 00:00:00.0
Publisher Cool Springs Pr
Copyright Year 2010
Height 10.0 in
Wdth 7.0 in
Thickness 0.5 in
Unit weight 1.5 lb
Language English
Subtitle The Modern Step-by-Step Guide to Preserving Food
Audience General/trade
Authors Gasteiger, Daniel
Country of Origin United States

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