Rationed Christmas eBook

£2.25

Rationed Christmas – it is possible to eat very well indeed on little money using these frugal war-time ration recipes. With commentary by John Harrison.

This is a digital product.

eBook only £2.25 

After 20 years of low inflation, low interest rates, affordable if not low energy prices and cheap food, things have taken a massive turn for the worse. Looking at the way our forbears coped with the privations that war and its economic aftermath brought 80 years ago offers a practical guide to help us today.

With few exceptions, these recipes, created and tested under rationing, cost less than buying ready made highly processed equivalents. Generally, regardless of price, they’re better as well being made of wholesome, simple ingredients.

This is a digital product. When you complete your purchase you will receive an email with download links and instructions for your eBook. Digital Product sales are non-refundable once completed and downloaded.

£2.25Add to basket

Basket

Our Books – A Growing Offer!

Our Growing Books

Our bestselling books for growing success!
More Information
FREE SEEDS SPECIAL OFFER

Reviews for Our Books

Britain’s greatest allotment authority
Emma Townshend in the
Independent on Sunday

I think it’s just great. Another down to earth book for down to earth people,
teaching not preaching how it’s done.
Mr R W Braker

Forget about any glossy pictures, what’s in this book is solid
words of advice, written in plain to understand English from a grower who’s had
frustrating years of experience behind him in trying to grow nutritious vegetables,
whilst at the same time running a business and raising a family.
Medwyn Williams
MBE FNVS
Winner of 10 RHS Gold Medals
at Chelsea for vegetables

I’ve never made jams, chutneys etc. before but can’t stop now. This book
makes it so easy. Takes all the fear out of jam making.
Mrs S Collett

An informative book based on lots of practical experience and with loads
of top tips, as well as a wide range of delicious recipes.
C Pickard