Home Cooking and Diets

Get Started: Preserving


English | December 17, 2012 | ISBN: 1465401946 | PDF | 192 Pages | 31.9 MB

Have you always wanted to learn how to preserve your own jams, preserves, and chutneys, but don't know how to get started? Get Started: Preserving gives you the knowledge you need to make more than 70 step-by-step recipes, taking you from complete beginner to being able to freeze, bottle, and pickle with confidence.

Start simple by mixing crunchy pickles, storing luscious fruits in alcohol, and simmering spicy chutneys; build on your skills by boiling jams bursting with fruit and bottling vitamin-rich cordials; and show off by stirring fresh fruit curds to smooth perfection, curing fish and meat, and fermenting your own delicious wines. Packed with advice, reminders, and help when things go wrong, Get Started: Preserving will soon have you filling your pantry with delectable preserves.


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