Saralee Couchoud wrote:For comparison, how much is the color edition? Thanks
Saralee Couchoud wrote:Thank you. Do you happen to sell it here on permies?
Thelka wrote: I wonder if you could take advantage of the double meaning of “black and white”
Learn the skills that helped our ancestors to thrive in harsh times...
The same content as the original “A Year in an Off-Grid Kitchen”, in a new budget-friendly vintage black and white edition.
Over 130 family-friendly real food recipes and skills to learn including cheesemaking, bacon, fermenting, canning, and more.
When the the panic buying, empty shelves, and restrictive rations hit in March 2020, it was not a problem for Kate Downham and her family, because she knew these skills, and knew how to feed her family without the supermarket system. With the help of this book, you can learn these skills too.
Learn traditional methods of preserving pork without electricity. Make your own cheese, butter, and other dairy essentials. Learn sourdough bread recipes that take only 5 minutes of hands-on time to make. Learn to preserve fruit and vegetables in many ways - from failproof fermenting through to jams, chutneys, pickles, and water bath canning.
Learn one skill at a time while also finding recipe inspiration in seasonal local recipes that are designed to be cooked in everyday homestead life.
These recipes have been tested in many different kitchens, and will work on wood stoves as well as conventional electric and gas cookers. Many variations and ingredient substitutions are included to help you make the recipes with whatever ingredients are on hand at the time, along with useful indexes to help make use of seasonal abundance.
Thekla McDaniels wrote:I went to the page on Amazon, and I could not find the link to report incorrect product information