Storing the Harvest eBook

Original price was: £4.75.Current price is: £2.25.

Storing the Harvest – a helping-hand through the Summer months; guiding you on how best to store each fruit and vegetable as the inevitable gluts arrive.

This is a digital product.

Less than half price – eBook only £2.25 in July!

If you grow your own you’ll know just how much work has gone into the fresh strawberries or simple potatoes that are now ready for harvest. Making sure that harvest is properly stored
and preserved will mean you’re eating your own freshly grown produce all year round.

Along with my wife, Val, I’ve also always tried to make sure the harvest is well stored to keep us going through the leaner months of the year. We both worked hard to pass on the skills of cooking and preservation to our daughter Cara, who has helped by co-writing and editing this eBook with me.

This eBook is aimed to be your helping-hand through the Summer months; guiding you on how best to store each fruit and vegetable as the inevitable gluts arrive.


This full-colour eBook includes:

1. The Root Cellar
2. Freezing
3. Drying & Dehydrating
4. Bottling or Home Canning Your Produce
5. Jams, Jellies & Marmalade
6. Fruit Butters & Curds
7. Chutneys, Pickles & Lacto-Fermentation
8. Oils & Vinegars
9. Sauces & Ketchups
10. Fruit Squashes & Syrups

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. This eBook is not part of our seed promotion.

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