The fabulous ebook version of Recipes in a Jar: How to Can Fruit is once again FREE for digital download via Amazon.com (read below for details, and then click here to get it).

vegandiy:

Nothing says Vegan DIY like canning, right?

If you’ve ever wanted to learn how to can fruit and vegetables, this is the book package for you.

Recipes in a Jar: How to Can Fruit covers the fruit canning process in detail, providing detailed instruction on how to can a wide variety of fruits using both water-bath and pressure canning techniques.
You’ll learn how to can a number of different fruits, including apples, apricots, various berries, cantaloupe, cherries, peaches, pears and plums.

This handy guide contains more than 45 fruit canning recipes. Here are just some of the delicious recipes featured in this book:

  • Applesauce and pearsauce.
  • Canned apple pie filling.
  • Caramel apple syrup.
  • Apricots.
  • Apricot nectar.
  • Berries.
  • Berry pie filling.
  • Cantaloupe preserves.
  • Sweet pickled cantaloupe balls.
  • Cherries.
  • Cranberry sauce.
  • Grapes.
  • Grape juice.
  • Peaches and nectarines.
  • Peach butter.
  • Pineapple.
  • Coconut pineapple topping.
  • Plums.
  • Strawberry pie filling.
  • and more …

Also included with the book are a number of jam and jelly recipes. You’ll learn how to make and preserve apple jelly, apricot jam, raspberry jam and jelly and mango apricot jam, just to name a few.

Recipes in a Jar vol. 2: How to Can Vegetables covers the vegetable canning process in detail, providing detailed instruction on how to can a wide variety of vegetables.

You’ll learn how to can a number of different vegetables, including asparagus, beans, tomatoes, bell peppers and corn.

This handy guide contains more than 40 vegetable canning recipes. Here are just some of the delicious recipes featured in this book:

  • Asparagus and asparagus broth.
  • Pickled asparagus.
  • Beans.
  • Bell peppers.
  • Baked beans and ranch beans.
  • Chili beans.
  • Beets and beet relish.
  • Carrots.
  • Creamy carrot soup.
  • Carrot salsa.
  • Corn.
  • Corn relish.
  • Green beans.
  • Leafy greens.
  • Mixed vegetables.
  • Mushrooms.
  • Peas.
  • Hot peppers.
  • Candied jalapenos.
  • and more …

Amazon’s free download period is generally quite limited (some lasting only a day, though occasionally a bit longer), so be sure to follow this link ASAP if you wish to download both books at no cost to you whatsoever.

Cheers, and happy 2014!

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