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MARY'S HOMESTEAD HAS  WRITTEN HANDBOOKS OF OUR EXPERIENCES OF HOMESTEADING. OUR GRANDCHILDREN GREW UP ON OUR PROPERTY . JERRIE HAS PUT SOME MEMORIES OF HER FAMILY BACKGROUND IN THE HANDBOOKS. YOU COULD MAKE A HANDBOOK TO GIVE YOUR KIDS AND GRANDCHILDEN WHEN YOU ARE GONE.

 



MOST OF THE CHILDREN TODAY DO NOT KNOW ANY HOMESTEAD SKILLS.



TEACH YOUR GRANDCHILDREN SOME HOMESTEAD SKILLS AND HAVE FUN. YOU WILL BE  GLAD YOU DID AND THEY WILL HAVE WONDERFUL MEMORIES !

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PUTTING FOOD BY

JANET GREEN

AND RUTH HERTZBERG

WE SUGGEST YOU COULD GET THIS BOOK AT THE INTER LIBRARY LOAN DEPARTMENT. CHECK WITH YOUR LOCAL LIBRARY.

This is my  major one canning and preserving book.  You will need it when  you can tomatoes. Because tomatoes are now a high-acid fruit , it is necessary to can them corectly. It is now suggested by the USDA that you add lemon juice or vinegar. Tomatoes are Mary's Homestead number one food as I am Italian and we use a lot of tomatoes. I highly recommend "PUTTING FOOD BY".

You will learn how to :

PRESERVE WITH LESS SUGAR AND SALT

MAKE BETTER THAN STORE BOUGHT FOODS AT HOME

EVERY TYPE OF PRESERVING, INCLUDING CANNING, FREEZING, CONVENIENCE FOODS, CHOOSE THE RIGHT EQUIPMENT, FISH, POULTRY, VEGETABLES, JAMS, JELLIES, RELISHES AND PICKLES, AND MAKING CHRISTMAS PRESENTS.

THIS IS MY ONE OF MY FAVORITES.

YOU WILL LOVE THE TOMATO SECTION. IT TELLS YOU HOW TO CAN TOMATOES SUCCESSFULLY.