Funky Fresh Freebie – Heavenly Homemakers Guide to Canning and Preserving eBook – FREE September 19 Only!

 

It’s an eBook that gives you step-by-step tutorials on organic gardening, canning, and freezing. I don’t claim to be an expert, but this book shares with you many basics I’ve learned about how to grow, harvest, and preserve delicious produce. Don’t have garden space? I explain how to make the most of your Farmer’s Market too. 

Today only, September 19, Heavenly Homemakers Guide to Gardening and Preserving eBook is free!! Simply click the link below to download. 

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Sorry you missed the freebie, but you can still purchase the book at great discount!

Now through the end of September, purchase Heavenly Homemaker’s Guide to Gardening and Preserving for just $4.00! Use the code GARDEN4 for the discount. :)

$7.95
$4.00 when you use the code GARDEN4
 

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  1. Lisa says

    I have downloaded your book and was scanning it until I can read it in depth later. Under the tomato section you suggest that people can throw zucchini and yellow squash in with the tomatoes. My understanding is that once you add that squash to the tomatoes that the acid level has changed and it is no longer safe to use the water bath method to can them, they must be Pressure Canned. OK. I did just find this http://nchfp.uga.edu/how/can_03/tomato_veg_juice.html Which says that you can have a ratio of 22 lbs tomatoes to not more than 3 lbs of other vegetables but it doesn’t list squash. Am I wrong?

    I have really enjoyed your website. I hope that you don’t think that I am being critical, I just would hate to see you get into any trouble.

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    Laura Reply:

    You are right! I have learned more about that since originally writing this book a few years ago, and had forgotten that I had put that in the book. I appreciate you pointing that out. I went in and edited the book to take out that information. :)

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  2. Katelyn Lee says

    Thank you!! I made your tomato sauce earlier in the summer and it was so good! I’m about to make apple pie filling and can it, so I’m excited to have this e-book for pointers! Thanks!!

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  3. JIll says

    How timely! I just sampled a raspberry/jalapeno chutney at the Expensive Illusion of a Farmers’ Market last weekend. It cost $10 for a 9 oz jar! Insane!! I just know I can make and can my own for pennies on the dollar.

    I’m enjoying your Funky Fresh series immensely – thanks for the freebie!

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  4. kristy williams says

    Love your site! Making your chicken broth recipe now!!!
    Also canned peaches following your directions this morning!

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  5. Sherri says

    THANK YOU!!! I am canning for the first time this Fall, with plans for a garden come Spring. This comes at the perfect time! :-)

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  6. karli says

    hi i would love to download, but for some reason it tries to and is just a black screen… nothing ever pops up. is it just me?
    sorry i’m very computer challenged:)
    any help would be wonderful!

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    Laura Reply:

    Watch for an email. I’ll attach it for you. :)

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  7. Sarah says

    Thanks so much! I am hoping to get more into canning and preserving. Unfortunately, we rent currently, and have a glass top stove, and I know a gal who broke her glass top canning (the pot got too hot and cracked the glass) and I don’t want to risk that on a rental. But hopefully, in a year or so, we will be buying a house, so I will study up until then. :)

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  8. Betty Sievert says

    I have been trying to download the book and something won’t let me. I love to can food and would really love this resource. Has anyone else had problems downloading it?

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    Laura Reply:

    I’ll just email it to you. :)

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  9. Annie says

    Perfect!! We moved to Houston from St. Louis in April, and thereby missed the entire gardening season and have nothing to can…this year. :) But now I have plenty of time to study up for next year! SOOOO excited!

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  10. Rhoda says

    Thank you for making this available. We have a garden for the first time in a long time. Not enough to do much with, but got our feet wet again. Looking forward to doing more next year and your e-book will definitely come in handy.

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  11. Stephenie says

    Thank you! I read through this book and I now know that I can can tomatoes! I was ruined as a child watching my aunt peel tomatoes and can them, so I never wanted to try. Well, now I do!

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  12. Katie says

    Thank you so much! I read through it already. I’m glad for the tomato ideas, cause I have a bumper crop! Also, we have enjoyed every recipe of yours that we have tried. Even my picky hubby!Yay, you rule!

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  13. Laura (Lori) Hendricks says

    Hi I need some info about water bath canning with widemouth jars oh did I mention I am high altitude??I found out I know nothing about canning at all I have avoided it for years now I know why too many opinions how to do stuff… can you help me sort things out?

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    Laura Reply:

    Oh dear, I don’t know anything about canning at a high altitude, but maybe this site will help: http://www.ext.colostate.edu/pubs/foodnut/p41.html#can

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