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Jam On: The Craft of Canning Fruit

We be Jammin’ Mon!!!

JustPJ

Pros: unique recipes, good instruction

Cons: some chapters are a bit wordy, not reccomended for beginner cook

Jam has been around almost as long as fruit.  Laena McCarthy’s book Jam On is not your typical jam making book.  Her book delves into the artisan jams.  Artisan jams are a category that I had not thought much about till receiving this book. Jam is jam I thought.  Jam is sugar, fruit, pectin….maybe slathering it on toast or with peanut butter in a sandwich or if you were...
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Preserving Food
Preserving Food

Preserve It!

Pros: Variety of preservation methods, well explained

Excellent handbook for canning with honey
Excellent handbook for canning with honey
Bible for a Homesteader
Bible for a Homesteader

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Ball Complete Book of Home Preserving

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“I highly recommend this book for anyone who either is just getting into home canning or for someone who has been canning for years. In addition to the updated canning times and methods, this book offers 400 mouthwatering recipes to tempt you. There are the common recipes that most home canners are looking for as well as some new rather exotic ones that most “old time” canners may not have...” --JustPJ

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Jam On: The Craft of Canning Fruit

Jam On: The Craft of Canning Fruit

“ Jam has been around almost as long as fruit.  Laena McCarthy’s book Jam On is not your typical jam making book.  Her book delves into the artisan jams.  Artisan jams are a category that I had not thought much about till receiving this book. Jam is jam I thought.  Jam is sugar, fruit, pectin….maybe slathering it on toast or with peanut butter in a sandwich or if you were...” --JustPJ

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