Tuesday, September 29, 2015

Preserving Everything, Every Way

A few months ago a compilation of all three of our food preserving books were
combined into one large volume.
They are still available individually as well.
If you've already bought one or two of the volumes this wouldn't save you money,
but if you're just starting out, it's cheaper to buy the compiled book with
all three volumes in it.



  1. I just received your "Food Storage: Preserving Meat, Diary, and Eggs", this is exactly what I was looking for and cleared up any questions that I had; plus added insight to questions I didn't know I had. Very informative without being over wordy and explained in a way that is easy to understand. I do know where beef comes from :) but there were areas that were a little "grey scale" that was cleared up. I have your two other books added to my cart on Amazon and look forward to reading/using that information as well. Thank you for such an awesome and simple guide!!

  2. Wow, thank you! I'm glad the book was helpful and that you were satisfied. I hope my other books please you as well! :)


  3. Where are you? Sure looks like North Idaho. I'm 5 miles from State Line. I don't know anywhere else that huckleberries grow!

    1. Hi, North Idaho! We have huckleberries on our side of the state line too (Montana)! Where we pick is above Whitefish, about 20 miles south of Canada, in the Whitefish mountains. There are several places to pick, but they seem to only grow at certain elevations.

      It's cool to hear from a "neighbor"! :)