Preserving the fruits of the earth

how to "put up" almost every food grown in the United States--in almost every way
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Dial Press , New York
Food -- Preserva
Statement[by] Stanley Schuler and Elizabeth Meriwether Schuler.
ContributionsSchuler, Elizabeth Meriwether, joint author.
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LC ClassificationsTX601 .S34
The Physical Object
Pagination234 p.
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Open LibraryOL5292435M
LC Control Number72012816

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The Fruits of the Earth (French: Les nourritures terrestres) is a prose-poem by André Gide, published in France in The book was written in (the year of Gide's marriage) and appeared in a review in before publication the next year.

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But now he sees happiness not as freedom, but a submission to heroism.

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In a series of 'Encounters', Gide describes a Negro tramp, a drowned child, a Reviews: 7. Stanley Schuler has 35 books on Goodreads with ratings. Stanley Schuler’s most popular book is Preserving The Fruits Of The Earth: How To Put Up Al.

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Add tags for "Preserving the fruits of the earth: how to "put up" almost every food grown in the United States--in almost every way". Be the first. Similar Items. OCLC Number: Description: pages illustrations 26 cm: Contents: The pleasures of preserving the fruits of the earth --How to dry foods --How to dry-store foods --How to cure and smoke meat, poultry, and fish --How to salt fish --How to brine vegetables --How to thresh and mill grain --How to store nuts --How to put up juice --How to candy fruit --How to make jelly --How to make jams.

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Drying (dehydrating) food is one of the oldest and easi-est methods of food preservation. Dehydration is the. The Art of Confectionery: With Various Methods of Preserving Fruits and Fruit Juices; the Preparation of Jams and Jellies; Fruit and Other Syrups; Summmer Beverages, and Directions for Making Dessert Cakes.

Also Different Methods of Making Ice Cream, Sherbet, Etc. These Receipts are from the Best New York, Philadelphia, and Boston Confectioners, and Include a Large Number from the French and. For me, The Fruits of the Earth (Les Nourritures Terrestres) by André Gide has become in some sense sacred.

Few people now read this hymn to the human body, first published in The book includes innovative recipes for salsas, savory sauces, pickles, chutneys, relishes and of course, jams, jellies, and fruit spreads.

The book includes comprehensive directions on safe canning and preserving methods plus lists of required equipment and utensils.

MAKING AND PRESERVING FRUIT: BUTTERS, JELLIES, PRESERVES AND JAMS 4 5. Fill jars, leaving ¼ inch headspace. Wipe the sealing surface of the jars with a dampened paper towel, to remove anything on the rim that might interfere with sealing.

Place prepared lids and rings on the jars. Screw finger tight but do not force too tightly. Keeping the Harvest: Preserving Your Fruits, Vegetables and Herbs, Canning, Jams and Jellies, Freezing, Pickling, Drying, Curing, Cold Storage (Down-To-Earth Book) Nancy Thurber out of 5 Reviews: 17 hours ago  To see how far the project has progressed over the last six years — the fruits of their labor — has been gratifying for both Hill and Pastor Galica.

“For us, the fruit of this garden is an obvious representation of the fruit that we have from our faith. We believe that a big component of our faith is loving our neighbor,” the pastor said.

God has given the fruit of the earth to sustain the entire human family "without excluding or favoring anyone." Human work has enhanced the productive capacity of the earth and in our time is as Pope John Paul II has said, "increasingly important as the productive factor both of non-material and of material wealth" (CA, no.

31). Remember, more than mortal years on this earth are at stake. Do not risk forfeiting the fruits of the ultimate operation: eternal salvation and exaltation. I pray that we may press forward with steadfast faith in Christ and endure joyfully to the end, 11 in the name of Jesus Christ, amen.

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There are several methods for preserving your fruits, vegetables, and herbs. Which method you choose will depend on the type of fruit or vegetable you are preserving and your ambition level.The earliest form of curing was dehydration or drying, used as early as 12, BC.

Smoking and salting techniques improve on the drying process and add antimicrobial agents that aid in preservation. Smoke deposits a number of pyrolysis products onto the food, including the phenols syringol, guaiacol and catechol.

Salt accelerates the drying process using osmosis and also inhibits the growth of.One of the most popular books of a giant of modern French literature, this is a hymn to the pleasures of life that Gide came so close to losing forever while suffering from tuberculosis -- touch, hearing, smell, sight and, more than anything, taste.