Jarring and canning Make your own jams, jellies, pickles, and more

Bridget Heos

Book - 2014

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Series
Urban gardening and farming for teens.
Subjects
Published
New York : Rosen Pub 2014.
Edition
1st ed
Language
English
Physical Description
64 p. : col. ill. ; 24 cm
Bibliography
Includes bibliographical references and index.
ISBN
9781477717806
1477717803
Main Author
Bridget Heos (-)
  • Joining the fresh food movement
  • Getting started
  • Fruits in syrup and fruit syrup
  • Jams, jellies, butters, preserves, marmalades, and more
  • Canning vegetables
  • Tomatoes and tomato sauces
  • Pickles and relishes.
Review by School Library Journal Reviews

Gr 6 Up—Tasty tomatoes, sweet honey, the freshest eggs, and crunchy pickles: Is there anything that motivates a teenager like food? These five books strike a terrific balance between the why and how of homegrown food production, addressing issues such as ethical farming practices, fertilizer runoff, urban blight, food deserts, and more. Kids will learn how to set up a worm bin, make jelly, raise chicks, harvest honey, and look for grant money and donations to start a community garden. That's a lot of content, but, luckily for readers, the texts are studded with sidebars on exciting subjects like Africanized honeybees and chicken crime-scene analysis (chickens have lots of predators), as well as examples of teenagers who have started successful charitable or business projects. High-quality color pictures of kids working or clowning around in school or community gardens provide credibility and lighten the mood. These books emphasize environmental, social, and health awareness in a fully modern context and will provide inspiration and research leads for school projects as well as home or community activities. [Page 81]. (c) Copyright 2014. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.

Review by Publisher Summary 1

Presents an introduction to canning and jarring, discussing the costs and supplies needed to start home canning, safe methods of jarring, and different ways of preserving fruits and vegetables.