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MEALS IN A JAR
MEALS IN A JAR

MEALS IN A JAR

Why settle for preservative-packed frozen dinners, freeze-dried backpacking food, and military ready-to-eat meals when a healthier and tastier option can easily be stored in the pantry? Meals in a Jar provides the step-by-step, detailed instructions needed to create all-natural breakfast, lunch, and dinner options that you can keep on a shelf and enjoy at any time. Includes all-in-one meals, such as:

  • Creamy tomato soup
  • Artisan bread
  • Lemon chicken piccata
  • Chocolate cake

These scrumptious recipes allow even the most inexperienced chefs to serve gourmet dishes. Not only are these meals perfect for everyday events like camping trips, after-school study sessions, and rushed evenings, but they can also be lifesavers in times of disasters like fires, blackouts, or hurricanes. Perfect for the modern jarring and canning generation, this book proves that just because food is easy-to-store and long-lasting doesn't mean it can't be delicious and nutritious.

BACKYARD CHICKENS: BEYOND THE BASICS
BACKYARD CHICKENS: BEYOND THE BASICS

BACKYARD CHICKENS: BEYOND THE BASICS

A must-have for every backyard chicken keeper, Backyard Chickens Beyond the Basics goes beyond introductory lessons and explores the realities of raising a flock for eggs -- and entertainment, of course! From odd eggs and molting to feeding and preparing for the seasons, this book covers the subjects beginner books don't adequately address and re-examines common knowledge that may not actually hold true. It's a resource to turn to time and again for expert advice to make sure your birds are happy, healthy, and productive.

Author Pam Freeman draws on her years of experience fielding reader questions to identify and clearly explain many common - and some not-so-common - issues in chicken keeping.

How do you add new chickens to your flock? What is the pecking order, and how can you change or control it? Is it better to raise chicks by hand or with a broody hen? What do you do when you collect eggs and discover: lash eggs, calcium deposits, soft eggs, eggs within eggs, or wrinkled eggs?

In Backyard Chickens Beyond the Basics, readers will find not just answers but a book full of "coop truth" that helps them continue on their journey. Because as every chicken owner knows: Chickens are individuals and real-life chicken keeping often takes you far from the beaten path.