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Let's Preserve It: 579 recipes for preserving fruits and vegetables and making jams, jellies, chutneys, pickles and fruit butters and cheeses

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First published in 1970, the ultimate preserving bible, and the book that Nigella Lawson turns to for jam recipesIn this small encyclopaedia, Wood distills the immense knowledge of earlier generations into a pantry-full of simple, foolproof recipes that will give endless delight both to make and to savor. With guidelines on equipment and preparation, useful hints on First published in 1970, the ultimate preserving bible, and the book that Nigella Lawson turns to for jam recipes In this small encyclopaedia, Wood distills the immense knowledge of earlier generations into a pantry-full of simple, foolproof recipes that will give endless delight both to make and to savor. With guidelines on equipment and preparation, useful hints on cooking, and important tips to remember, this A–Z of recipes is an essential book for everyone from the experienced jam-maker to new cooks making preserves for the first time. Classic recipes such as Mint Jelly, Lemon Curd, Pumpkin Jam, and Seville Orange Marmalade are all here, as well as more unusual combinations and ideas for preserving fruits, herbs, and vegetables. This unique and comprehensive recipe book revives the art of jam, jelly, pickle, and chutney making, and celebrates the joys of transforming a surfeit of anything—from apples to whortleberries—into jars full of sweetness. Includes dual measures.


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First published in 1970, the ultimate preserving bible, and the book that Nigella Lawson turns to for jam recipesIn this small encyclopaedia, Wood distills the immense knowledge of earlier generations into a pantry-full of simple, foolproof recipes that will give endless delight both to make and to savor. With guidelines on equipment and preparation, useful hints on First published in 1970, the ultimate preserving bible, and the book that Nigella Lawson turns to for jam recipes In this small encyclopaedia, Wood distills the immense knowledge of earlier generations into a pantry-full of simple, foolproof recipes that will give endless delight both to make and to savor. With guidelines on equipment and preparation, useful hints on cooking, and important tips to remember, this A–Z of recipes is an essential book for everyone from the experienced jam-maker to new cooks making preserves for the first time. Classic recipes such as Mint Jelly, Lemon Curd, Pumpkin Jam, and Seville Orange Marmalade are all here, as well as more unusual combinations and ideas for preserving fruits, herbs, and vegetables. This unique and comprehensive recipe book revives the art of jam, jelly, pickle, and chutney making, and celebrates the joys of transforming a surfeit of anything—from apples to whortleberries—into jars full of sweetness. Includes dual measures.

30 review for Let's Preserve It: 579 recipes for preserving fruits and vegetables and making jams, jellies, chutneys, pickles and fruit butters and cheeses

  1. 4 out of 5

    Maria

    One of my favourite cookery books.Bought in 1981. Dip into it all the time. Would like a new copy as it is slowly falling apart. Have learnt such a lot from it. There is always an answer, on how to preserve nearly every fruit or veg, that you can think of. Possibly an update on todays modern tropical fruits would be helpful, but you can usually work it out with a similar fruit.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Sian Bradshaw

    Given the age of this book, the instructions are good but could have a bit more content. It's an excellent catch all for jam and chutney making but does assume a certain amount of prior knowledge.

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