Food & Drink Preserving Food Books

Fermented Foods: Fermented Foods for the Picky Eaters (10 Versatile Recipes that Kids Will Love)

Pulling your hair out over your kid's picky eating habits when it comes to fermented foods? Tired of the daily fight at the dinner table? Looking for lunchbox ideas

How can you get your kid to eat healthily and well? And how will you ever get them to enjoy fermented food, essential for gut health?

Inexpensive and filled with nutrients that revitalize the immune system, fermented foods, especially fermented vegetables have long been popular with parents seeking to give their children a good diet--but some kids just won't stomach them!

In 10 Fermented Foods That Kids Will Love, you'll find 10 foods that are delicious and most importantly of all, kid-friendly (and also great for Mom and Dad!). This book of recipes gives you 10 fermented foods and fermented drinks that even the pickiest kid will devour without question, including:

Old-fashioned root beer


Kifir Jello

Sourdough bread

You'll also discover how to make food more fun for kids with a recipe for homemade yoghurt and homemade ketchup. Add to your cart today for healthy mealtimes without fights!

JeBouffe Home Canning Step by Step Guide (second edition) Revised and Expanded

This guide is intended to provide you with the essential information to make your first small jars in a safe and enjoyable way. It will guide you through all stages from preparation to storage of your products.

You will discover the principles of conservation for different types of food, the benefits of home canning, the recommended methods as well as the ones to avoid.

Then you will learn the two proper methods of treatment: the boiling water bath and the pressure canning methods. You will find a list of essential equipment and the detailed steps for a successful canning experience.

Finally you will gain some hands on experience with our easy and delicious recipes.

This guide do not claim to be scientific or complete. We simply wants to give you the tools you need to get into the fun activity of preparing your home preserves.

About this second edition:

Following the success of the first edition, and thanks to some suggestions from our readers, we offer this revised version, corrected and expanded. We have included the imperial and some tables on the processing time for the preservation of the most popular fruits, vegetables, meat, poultry and fish. We also cover the effect of altitude on the processing time and pressure required for the safe canning of foods.

Improving on the initial contents of this document we have also redesigned it to make it more educational, more fun to read and use.

We hope that this new revision will meet your expectations and wish you a successful canning experience and "Bon appetit"


12 recipes that will allow you to practice the canning techniques. They are divided into three levels of complexity:

Level 1 = easy. The recipes are very simple. You can focus on techniques for canning without too much worry about the recipe itself.

Recipe # 1 - Apple sauce with a touch of nutmeg and vanilla (boiling water method)

Recipe # 2 - Canned Pears (boiling water method)

Recipe # 3 - Canned fresh tomatoes (pressure canning method)

Recipe # 4 - Canned Carrots (pressure canning method)

2 = medium level. The recipes are a little more elaborate. There are more steps before moving on to canning.

Recipe # 5 - Tangerine marmalade (boiling water method)

Recipe # 6 - Pork Cretons a la JeBouffe (pressure canning method)

Recipe # 7 - Quick and Tasty Green Ketchup (boiling water method)

Recipe # 8 - Marinara Sauce (pressure canning method)

Level 3 = complex. The recipes are longer and more complex. There are more steps before moving on to canning.

Recipe # 9 - Plum jam with cinnamon (boiling water method)

Recipe # 10 - Nectarine Chutney (pressure canning method)

Recipe # 11 - Cherries and Raspberries Spread (boiling water method)

Recipe # 12 - Kedjenou chicken (pressure canning method)

By following these recipes step by step, we guarantee the success of your first home preserves. After having practiced the basic techniques you can apply them to your favorite recipes and get our book "JeBouffe Home Canning Recipes volume1" for even more idea.

Fermented Foods for a Healthy Gut: 9 Traditional Fermented Foods that Boost Digestive Health

For centuries, people have known that fermented food is one of the keys to gut health through natural probiotics--and a healthy body

Traditionally used as a way to preserve food for longer and over cold winter months when little grows, fermented food had a double benefit: encouraging the growth of good bacteria and improving the nutritional value of this real food.

In this book, you'll discover why fermentation is so good for you--and also how you can make your own fermented food in the comfort of your own home!

You'll learn how to make the following traditional foods--and just why they're so good for you in the first place:

Yoghurt--a staple in any kitchen, you can make your own with just a little time and some key ingredients

Soft cheese--tasty and good for you, soft cheese is also surprisingly easy to make

Sauerkraut--traditionally buried underground, these days you can make this German staple indoors

Beverages--kombucha and ginger beer are two refreshing drinks for a summer's day that you can make in your kitchen

Improve your gut health while enjoying delicious homemade fermented food--get Fermented Foods for a Healthy Gut today!

Salting and Pickling: 25 Beginners Recipes

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Salting and Pickling: (FREE Bonus Included)

25 Beginners Recipes

Salting and pickling is a traditional way of preserving just about any fruit, vegetable and meat you can think of. There are so many options and recipes out there that you will be amazed at all the different ways you can use produce and meat. Salting and pickling are great ways of preservation that are centuries old and proven ways to keep your vegetables, fruits and meats fresh all year long. You can do your pickling once and have mason jars full of various kinds of vegetables and fruits to feed your family all year long.

In this book we will discuss the following things:

What is pickling and why people do it?

What is salting and why people do it?

Recipes for pickling using the refrigerator

Recipes for pickling for your food storage

Recipes for salting and curing meat

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