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Preserving the Season: 90 Delicious Recipes for Jams, Jellies, Preserves, Chutneys, Pickles, Curds, Condiments, Canning & Dishes Using Them by Mary Tregellas

Preserving the Season by Mary Tregellas

An inspiring collection of more than 90 recipes for jams, jellies, chutneys, curds, ketchups, marmalades, pickles, cordials, vinegars, oils, and even liqueurs and breads, Preserving the Season is an excellent resource for any gardener!

First, take the bounty of the season further by understanding general preserving tips and techniques, as well as learning about useful equipment before you get started. Then, once your preserves are made, you’ll find easy-to-follow recipes that use your homemade canned foods as ingredients!

  • 90 easy-to-follow recipes for jams, jellies, marmalades, pickles, chutneys, ketchup, cordials, vinegars, oils, liqueurs, and breads
  • Recipes that use your preserves as ingredients in complete dishes
  • Helpful tips, variations, and notes for each recipe
  • Charming anecdotes and insight are interspersed throughout for a fun, engaging read
  • Essential guide for any gardener who grows more produce and herbs than they know what to do with

Packed with charming personal anecdotes from the author, helpful tips, and recipe variations, this delightful guide is an engaging and insightful source of inspiration from start to finish!

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  1. Avatar
    Tony Platz
    May 1, 2020 at 2:22 pm

    I have canned a little . I would like to learn more I would like to get better it is fun and could save a lot of money .

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    Katie Bellamy
    May 1, 2020 at 8:02 pm

    I’ve canned a couple of times. Only tomatoes. I want to do strawberry jam this year!

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    Amber Kolb
    May 6, 2020 at 4:27 pm

    Yes I am! I’ve been collecting the jars. I’d like to can fresh veggies from our gardne.

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    Sandy Klocinski
    May 13, 2020 at 1:12 pm

    I would love to learn to can tomatoes. I am concerned about BPA in many commercial canned foods such as tomatoes

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    Vicki D.
    May 15, 2020 at 12:11 pm

    I used to can quite a bit. Now that I am older, I usually only make refrigerator pickles, salsa, and freeze quite a few items. Peppers are especially good for freezing. What I did when I started out was to learn from the best, which was my mother. I grew up on a farm. She would can 100 quarts of tomatoes and 100 quarts of pickles every year.

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