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November 28, 2016 Canning, Fermenting, Product

Top Preserving Cookbooks

A preservers life is not complete without a library of resources to pull recipes and techniques from. Our preserving books cover topics from canning, to fermenting, to Preserving with Pomona’s Pectin, and more. Here are our top selling preserving books that will be perfect for the preserver on your list. And don’t forget all ‘book only’ orders ship for just $5.

Preserving Book Gift Guide
  1. Marissa McClellan’s has a wonderful trio of preserving cookbooks Food in Jars, Preserving by the Pint and Naturally Sweet Food in Jars. All of these books teach the essentials of preserving in small batches.
  2. Ferment Your Vegetables, by Amanda Feifer of Phickle, is a must-have for the newbie or for the seasoned fermenter.
  3. Joel MacCharles & Dana Harrison; bloggers at Well Preserved, introduced Batch just this year. It provides recipes and tips on seven processes of preserving methods.
  4. Preserving with Pomona’s Pectin by Allison Carroll Duffy is a great resource if you’re already a Pomona’s Pectin convert or if you’re looking to reduce the amount of sugar in your preserves.
  5. As a Master Gardener and Master Preserver, Linda Ziedrich’s Joy of Pickling and Joy of Jams, Jellies and other Sweet Preserves collectively boast an impressive 400+ recipes for preserving!
  6. The Ball Blue book was probably a staple on your grandmother’s shelf, and it can be on yours too. The latest edition (37th) features 200 recipes, and step-by-step instructions for a variety of preserving methods.

Shop our entire our Preserving Library, and take a look at our other gift guides here.

Fermenting Gift Guide

Canning Gift Guide

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