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"The Forgotten Art of Growing, Gardening and Cooking with Herbs" and more...?

 
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Richard M. Bacon, author
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Came across this book I had hung onto for a long time, just started reading it and it has tons of great advice, talks about companion planting what herbs do well with how much moisture (thinking of where to plant on a hugle), but what I thought was more amazing where the books on the back! This is the first reference I've ever seen to a Rumford fireplace outside of the fire science DVDs with Ernie and Erica. All these books seem to be pretty small and dense with good advice on homesteading.

I was interested in seeing if anyone was already familiar with these books? I will post the table of contents to in case anyone has a question that would help me research it further 💚
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