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I give this Book 9 out of 10 acorns

The Pleasure of Herbs by: Phyllis V. Shaudys

This is by far the best herb book I have in my library.
Through the years I have not always had an herb garden but you don't need one to enjoy or use this book.
There are great recipes that call for both dried and fresh herbs and I just love the crafts.
The info on growing herbs is very helpful too.
I love the month to month format and the quotations introducing us to the next month followed by a bounty of practical information on growing, using and enjoying herbs.

copies can be gotton from amazon here:

Buy it here
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I give this Book 9 out of 10 acorns.
 
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