The Amish Canning Cookbook: Plain and Simple Living at Its Homemade Best [NOOK Book]

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From the author of The Homestyle Amish Kitchen Cookbook comes a great new collection of recipes, hints, and Plain wisdom for everyone who loves the idea of preserving fresh, wholesome foods. Whether instructing a beginning canner or helping a seasoned cook hone her skills, certified Master Food Preserver Georgia Varozza shows people how to get the very best out of their food....

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The Amish Canning Cookbook: Plain and Simple Living at Its Homemade Best

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Overview

From the author of The Homestyle Amish Kitchen Cookbook comes a great new collection of recipes, hints, and Plain wisdom for everyone who loves the idea of preserving fresh, wholesome foods. Whether instructing a beginning canner or helping a seasoned cook hone her skills, certified Master Food Preserver Georgia Varozza shows people how to get the very best out of their food. Here, readers will find…

  • a short history of canning
  • lists of all the tools and supplies needed to get started
  • basic instructions for safe canning
  • recipes for canning fruit, vegetables, meat, soups, sauces, and more
  • guidelines for adapting recipes to fit personal tastes

With its expert advice and warm tones, The Amish Canning Cookbook will become a beloved companion to those who love the tradition, frugality, and homestyle flavor of Amish cooking!

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780736949002
  • Publisher: Harvest House Publishers
  • Publication date: 7/1/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 149,095
  • File size: 3 MB

Meet the Author

Georgia Varozza, the author and general editor of The Homestyle Amish Kitchen Cookbook, has worked in the publishing field for more than 20 years as a journalist, editor, and writer. As a certified Master Food Preserver, she has taught many people in her community how to safely preserve their family's foods. Georgia's family comes from a Plain background, and many of the recipes she shares are family favorites. Read Georgia's blog at georgiaplainandsimple.blogspot.com
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  • Posted September 16, 2013

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    Reviewed by Anne Boling for Readers' Favorite I¿ve enjoyed pres

    Reviewed by Anne Boling for Readers' Favorite

    I’ve enjoyed preserving food for many years, from canning, to freezing, to dehydrating. However, most of the things I canned were rather basic: green beans, potatoes, and tomato juice. I was excited to receive a copy of this book to expand my abilities from the basics to something a little more imaginative. The Amish Canning Cookbook: Plain and Simple Living at Its Homemade Best by Georgia Varoza has many ideas I had not thought of before. This book is more than recipes; it has a history of canning, a list of tools and supplies you will need, safety instructions, recipes, and guidelines for adapting recipes for your taste. When I think of Amish food, I think of traditional, homemade, and delicious. 

    This is a high quality book with a spiral binding. That’s important in a cookbook because it means it will lay flat, making it easier to read. There is also plenty of room for notes. Canning food is important to me because I know what goes into the foods I have preserved and they taste so much better than store bought. With home canned foods, I don’t have to make a trip to the grocery store; I need only to look on the shelf of the pantry. There are two methods to canning, hot water bath and pressure canning. There are also certain foods that should never be canned. The author thoroughly explains all of this and more. There are even menu suggestions. This book will be used again and again at my house and I even purchased several for gifts.

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