Here are more books about food preservation.
Canning and Preserving for Dummies, Amelia Jeanroy and Karen Ward
It includes only USDA approved techniques, it also has a small pressure canning section. Nothing remarkable in this book - you'd do better with the "Ball Blue Book", I think.
The Complete Book of Small-Batch Preserving: Over 300 Recipes to Use Year-Round, Ellie Topp and Margaret Howard
This book boasts over 300 recipes, but many are for the finished product - -i.e. using your preserved food as an ingredient. That's a pet peeve of mine! Also, I don't consider books that suggest me combining ingredients and putting them in a container in my fridge as "preserving". There are other better books about canning out there to keep on your bookshelf.
Preserving Food Without Freezing or Canning, by Gardeners & Farmers of Terre Vivant
Interesting read, but many of the ingredients and processes aren't common to the U.S>
Preserving Summer’s Bounty: A Quick and Easy Guide to Freezing, Canning, and Preserving, and Drying What You Grow, Rodale Food Center and Susan McClure*
This book is more for the "cooking once a month" type of person. Lots of casseroles and soup recipes for the freezer. Not much canning.
Wild Fermentation, by Sandor Katz
This book is as much about gay pride as it is about fermentation and it is an engaging read. However, there are some really strange foods in this book I don't think many would try. Linda Ziedrich's "Joy of Pickling" is probably more accessible for most people interested in fermentation. It advocated eating live cultures for your health (Sandor Katz is living with AIDS) long before the "probiotics" food marketing trend of today.
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