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Homegrown pantry : a gardener's guide to selecting the best varieties & planting the perfect amounts for what you want to eat year-round
Format:
Book
Title:
Homegrown pantry : a gardener's guide to selecting the best varieties & planting the perfect amounts for what you want to eat year-round
ISBN:
9781612125787
Publication:
North Adams, MA : Storey Publishing, [2017]
Physical Description:
319 pages : color illustrations ; 25 cm
General Note:
Includes index.
Contents:
Why grow your own food? -- Basic food preservation methods -- Vegetables for the homegrown pantry -- Herbs for the homegrown pantry -- Fruits for the homegrown pantry.
Summary:
Growing your own food means you know there are no chemical or genetic secrets, that it is pure and good. But you have questions about what and how much to plant, how to store, how to preserve. Pleasant provides a guidebook for people who want to control their food, from garden to pantry to table.
Subject(s):
Food crops.

Food -- Preservation.

Vegetables.

Herbs.

Fruit.

Vegetable gardening.
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