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Author: Bevin Cohen


128 pages

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This book is available for pre-order and will ship May 15, 2024

Bevin Cohen opens his new book, The Heritage Pantry, with a personal touch. His grandmother always canned tomatoes, and a younger Bevin so enjoyed the annual tradition that he continues to can tomatoes to this day. In The Heritage Pantry, Bevin not only relates his canning experiences, he also writes about a variety of other preservation techniques: dehydrating, fermenting, freezing, pickling, and smoking, as well as making jams, jellies, and marmalades. Plus, he includes a chapter on using salt, fats, and sugar to brine, cure, and candy foods.

The Heritage Pantry offers historical perspectives on the techniques, information on how each is accomplished, lists of the equipment needed, tips for success, and recipes using the methods and the preserved foods. Take advantage of the bounty from your garden or make a trip to the local farmers market for the freshest produce to preserve for delicious winter eating.

Then, take a step back and enjoy the sight of colorful jars filled with tasty treats lining your pantry or filling your freezer. When the cold winds of winter sweep through, you’ll be able to take a jar of summer sunshine off the shelf to create an evening’s dinner or a delectable dish for a holiday gathering. Sounds like a treat!

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