Pressure Canning Cookbook: Step-By-Step Recipes for Pantry Staples, Gut-Healing Broths, Meat, Fish, and More

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Product Details

Price
$24.99  $23.24
Publisher
Skyhorse Publishing
Publish Date
Pages
160
Dimensions
7.8 X 9.13 X 0.87 inches | 1.55 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781510776258
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About the Author

Jennifer ("Jenny") Gomes is a Master Food Preserver, mother, wife, teacher, and canning enthusiast. She cohosts the popular canning and preserving podcast, Perfectly Preserved, and writes about all things homemade--including canning--on her blog, The Domestic Wildflower. A decade ago, pregnant with her first of two children, Jenny realized she wanted to feed her family with home-canned goodness, like the way she was raised. Now, canning is part of her cooking routine and Jenny loves sharing with readers everywhere how to do the same. She and her family live in Northern California.

Reviews

"Jenny Gomes is one of the most enthusiastic food preservers I know! Her book is a testament to how well she knows her audience. Ranking high on every newbie canner's list is the fear of pressure canning. The way Jenny speaks to the audience throughout the book is encouraging and fun. Sprinkled with stories and wit, you're sure to enjoy this canning book."
--Anna Cash, Master Food Preserver, instructor, and jam maker

"This book is a smart, friendly, and highly readable guide to pressure canning a vast range of low acid foods. Educational and inspirational, it fills a cavernous void in the canning literature and is certain to become a classic. Anyone interested in pressure canning should add this book to their collection!"
--Marisa McClellan, food writer, canning teacher, and the voice behind Food in Jars

"Jenny Gomes takes the fear out of pressure canning. After reading this book, you will feel ready to safely and confidently fill your pantry and keep it stocked with ready-to-eat meals."
--Kirsten K. Shockey, coauthor of Fermented Vegetables