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    Anonymous

    Does anyone know of a good book, article, website that talks about how you go about saving some of these great fruits and veggies we can grow? I have several peach, cherry, and apple trees that produce hundreds of fruits each season, far more than I could eat during the season. I'd like to can these or make jelly or something that will last where I can enjoy some home grown fruits year-round.

    At the same time, I'm trying my hand at a vegetable garden this year and am looking for ways to can/save tomatoes, corn, beans, and carrots for consumption later in the year/winter.

    Making spaghetti sauces is something I'd like to do as well.

    thanks for any help!
    John

    #13925

    Anonymous

    I think I answered most of my questions when I noticed the Bookstore and saw the Keeping the Harvest book

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