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Source: Amazon.com

Author - Jill Winger
Publisher - Flat Iron Books

Summary
The Prairie Homestead says, "Inside this colorful cookbook I will show you how to make 100+ wholesome recipes made with fresh ingredients to bring the flavors and spirit of homestead cooking to any kitchen table. While my family produces much of our own food on our Wyoming farm, you don’t have to grow all—or even any—of your own food to cook and eat like a homesteader...

Part recipes and part homesteading handbook, The Prairie Homestead Homestead Cookbook will not only teach you how to make traditional American comfort food recipes with simple, whole food ingredients, but will also help you get started growing your own veggies, eggs, and maybe even dairy."

About the Author
The Prairie Homestead says "Jill Winger and her family pursue a lifestyle of modern homesteading on the wide-open prairies of Wyoming. She blogs at The Prairie Homestead where she encourages others to return to their roots, no matter where they live. Her practical and authentic style of teaching and storytelling has won the hearts of over 500,000 homesteaders across social media who look to her for advice and reassurance in creating from-scratch meals, tending chickens, and growing their first garden."

Where to get it?
The Prairie Homestead
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The Prairie Homestead Cookbook (Trailer)



From the video description:
"What You Can Expect From This Book:
 -  Over 105 of the recipes my family actually eats on a daily basis. These are my tried-and-true standbys!
 -  I'll show you how to use simple, easy-to-find ingredients (no speciality grocery stores here...) and transform them into wholesome, nourishing meals that taste amazing
 -  Includes 17 tutorials for making your own pantry staples such as ricotta, cream cheese, herb-infused salts, sourdough starter, sauces, and more
 -  An entire section with practical advice and details for starting your own flock of chickens, growing veggies, keeping a dairy animal, and more!
 -  Tons of troubleshooting tips for homemade broth, butter, pickles, canning, and more. My goal is for this to be your go-to homestead kitchen resource!"

How to Cook Non-Stick Eggs in a Cast Iron Pan



From the video description:
"Think you have to have a coated non-stick pan to make good scrambled eggs? I'll show you some simple tips for making mess-free eggs!"

How to Cook From Scratch When You Have Limited Time



From the video description:
"I love to cook from scratch, but that DOESN'T mean I spend all day in the kitchen! Here are my top secrets for cooking from scratch when you have no time to cook, plus I'll walk you through a example day of food prep here on our homestead!"

How to Ferment Green Beans



From the video description:
"Learn how to ferment green beans! This method uses a simple brine to make old-fashioned pickled green beans without vinegar or water bath canning. These are also known as dilly beans, but you don't *have* to use dill. These fermented green beans are one of our favorite ways to preserve the green bean harvest!"

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