The Beginner s Guide to Making and Using Dried Foods

The Beginner s Guide to Making and Using Dried Foods

Although “wet” beans and peas, freshly shelled from green pods and boiled, are a delicious harvest-time treat, they are difficult to dehydrate satisfactorily and should not be attempted by the beginner. Leave the pods on the vine in the ...

Author: Teresa Marrone

Publisher: Storey Publishing

ISBN: 9781603429276

Category: Cooking

Page: 352

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Enjoy that fresh harvest taste all year. Whether you’re using a dehydrator, oven, or the sun’s rays, you can easily dry your own vegetables, fruits, herbs, and meat. Teresa Marrone’s simple step-by-step instructions cover all the basics you need to know about drying, storing, and rehydrating your favorite foods. With over 140 dried-food recipes — ranging from veggie chips to casseroles and beef jerky to baby purées — you’ll be amazed at the variety of healthy and delicious options that dried foods offer.
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The Beginner s Guide to Dehydrating Food 2nd Edition

The Beginner s Guide to Dehydrating Food  2nd Edition

Although most common in the dried form at the supermarket, shell beans, black-eyed peas, and crowder peas can be grown in the home garden, and are also found in the fresh form at farmers' markets and roadside stands in late summer or ...

Author: Teresa Marrone

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9781635860252

Category: Cooking

Page: 320

View: 949

Drying fruit, vegetables, and beans and creating fruit leather, meat jerky, and herb blends at home is easy, safe, and satisfying. Photographic step-by-step instructions offer detailed guidelines on drying and enjoying dozens of popular foods. ​
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Beginners Guide to Companion Planting

Beginners Guide to Companion Planting

Good companions include bush beans, garlic, peas, celery and marigolds. Pumpkin: I think there can be few people who don't love that splash of orange colour that pumpkins provide in the autumn. In the kitchen, they offer many advantages ...

Author: Peter Shepperd

Publisher: The Green Fingered Gardener

ISBN: 9781913871178

Category: Gardening

Page: 191

View: 877

Companion planting is the strategic placement of plants in close proximity of each other to allow you to maximize the use of space while taking advantage of the natural abilities of each plant. Companion planting is centuries-old and can still be used to give gardeners excellent results today. When done correctly, it can reduce leaf damage caused by disease and pests by over 60%. Yes, that result can be accomplished without chemicals and poisons seeping into the soil. Growing symbiotic plants alongside each other can give your garden a ton of benefits, especially if you want to enjoy pesticide, herbicide, and fungicide-free crops. There’s no need to buy expensive equipment or heavily rely on chemical products to keep garden problems in check. In fact, most of these can be reduced in severity or eliminated altogether in a completely natural way, you’ll simply need to be smart about the approaches you choose and tailor them to your particular situation. SCROLL DOWN now and discover what this MUST-HAVE GUIDE has to offer! You may think that a natural garden producing unparalleled yields is out of your reach. With a little bit of guidance, perseverance, and experience, however, you can discover the planting formula that will deliver wonderful results out of your space. You have to understand the dynamics in the garden. You should know the sun, water, and soil needs of different plants so that you can grow them together. Planning companion pairs in your garden should involve intimate knowledge of the flora and fauna. Luckily, this book belongs to the GREEN FINGERED GARDENER SERIES™ that will teach you all of the essentials to make the most of every single technique. Scroll Up and click the “Add to Cart” button now if you want to discover the secrets of Companion Planting.
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Homesteading A Beginners Guide

Homesteading   A Beginners Guide

If you have a source of well-rotted manure, then this is ideal for crops such as tomatoes, beans, peas, leeks - in fact just about anything, as rotted manure is a great source of nitrogen which every plant needs in different quantities.

Author: Norman J Stone

Publisher: Deanburn Publications

ISBN: 9781491226841

Category: Gardening

Page: 86

View: 418

**** HOMESTEADING - NO 1 BEST SELLER IN CATEGORY! **** BARGAIN BULK-BUY OFFER: 5 books for the price of 3 ! 'Quick Bites' Introductions to the world of homesteading or smallholding as it is known in the UK. Whether you are a weekend homesteader, or are involved full time in sustainable living by growing your own vegetables and rearing your own chickens; these homesteading guides offer a chance to look into the world of self-sufficiency. What Buyers Say...... LOVE LOVE LOVE This Book! "Anyone that wants to get back to their roots and learn to live as our elders did... THIS IS the book you need to start with. Love the diverse content and the writing style that makes it easy and fun to read. As our society evolves into a spiralling mess of speedy convenience this and that...we are quickly losing site of the value and importance of this basic food storage and survival knowledge. This special collection is the perfect re-introduction into these practices. I have and will recommend to all my contacts. By Renee Benner." Love it "Was very informative and interesting...loved the book and would definitely recommend it... thank you for offering it, I would share this one with family" By Orpha J Walker. There is no doubt about it, self-sufficiency, or the ability to cut costs and improve general health by DIY means, is now amongst the top priorities in the average household. Food prices are rocketing for many consumers, and suspicions regarding manufacturing techniques, chemical preservatives and many other issues regarding mass-produced foods; are encouraging many to look to Homesteading techniques that have been tried and tested for millennia. Here is a series of introductory books to the world of self-sufficiency or Homesteading - I trust you will find them invaluable in your quest to get back control of your life, from the supermarket shelves! What is included in these 5 books: Book1 - Canning & Food Preservation Book 2 - Raised Bed Gardening Book 3 - Raising Chickens Book 4 - Growing Organic Vegetables Book 5 - Vermin Control These are introductory works, offering general guidelines and tips regarding different aspects of homesteading or running a smallholding. These same techniques can be applied to a wide range of self-sufficiency lifestyles, covering many aspects of the environmentally aware individual who wants to save money as well as the planet! FREE Information on Alternative Energy Sources: renergymax.com
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The Beginner s Guide to Growing Heirloom Vegetables

The Beginner s Guide to Growing Heirloom Vegetables

'Christmas' is a slow-growing pole bean that needs a long, warm growing season, and this prevents it from becoming a viable commercial bean. ... Tip Pot liquor is the liquid in which lima beans, peas, and greens are cooked.

Author: Marie Iannotti

Publisher: Timber Press

ISBN: 9781604691887

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 252

View: 590

Growing your own vegetables has never looked, or tasted, so good. Are heirloom vegetables more difficult to grow than conventional hybrids? The Beginner's Guide to Growing Heirloom Vegetables debunks this myth by highlighting the 100 heirloom vegetables that are the easiest to grow and the tastiest to eat. Marie Iannotti makes it simple for beginning gardeners to jump on the heirloom trend by presenting an edited list based on years of gardening trial and error. Her plant criteria is threefold: The 100 plants must be amazing to eat, bring something unique to the table, and—most importantly—they have to be unfussy and easy to grow. Her list includes garden favorites like the meaty and mellow 'Lacinato' Kale, the underused and earthy 'Turkish Orange' Eggplant, and the unexpected sweetness of 'Apollo' Arugula.
Categories: Technology & Engineering

The Complete Mexican Instant Pot for Beginners

The Complete Mexican Instant Pot for Beginners

Your Essential Guide to Living the Mexican Lifestyle Belicia Romero. Apricots, whole or halves 2 – 3 3 – 4 ... General rule use 3 cups water for each cup of beans or peas Soaking Soak all dried vegetables overnight in water covered.

Author: Belicia Romero

Publisher: Anita D.Parekh

ISBN:

Category: Cooking

Page: 458

View: 255

Open up a WHOLE new and SURPRISING world of FLAVOR and TEXTURE with a WIDE RANGE of richly FLAVORED regional MEXICAN DISHES in your own kitchen. The best-selling INSTANT POT—an electric, programmable PRESSURE COOKER is all equipped with REVOLUTIONARY TECHNOLOGY to create STRAIGHTFORWARD, STREAMLINED, and DELICIOUS RECIPES for MEXICAN FAVORITES such as HEARTY SOUPS & STEWS, FAJITAS, TENDER CARNITAS TACOS, ENCHILADA- and TAMALE-INSPIRED CASSEROLES, and tender MEAT DISHES along with CLASSIC REFRIED BEANS, SALSAS, FLAN, BREAD PUDDING etc. to make for CONVENIENT and SATISFYING EVERYDAY DINNERS. Your INSTANT POT is going to be a GAME-CHANGER in the KITCHEN. This COMPREHENSIVE cookbook THE COMPLETE MEXICAN INSTANT POT FOR BEGINNERS, starts with INTRODUCTORY CHAPTER of MEXICAN COOKING’S basic ELEMENTS, SPICES, UTENSILS, and everything you need to know about INSTANT POT in very BRIEF and SIMPLE LANGUAGE. The perfect INTRODUCTION to real MEXICAN COOKING WITH INSTANT POT for enthusiastic BEGINNERS and EXPERIENCED cooks alike. Discover, LEARN, and expand your COOKING repertoire. Prepare deeply flavored TOMATO SAUCES and tangy TOMATILLO SALSAS, rich CHILE PASTES and indispensable handmade TORTILLAS including REGIONAL DISHES like MOLE POBLANO, YUCATÁN-STYLE COCHINITA PIBIL- PULLED PORK TACOS, also explores the equally exciting LUSCIOUS DESSERTS all ready in minutes, thanks to the INSTANT POT'S revolutionary COOKING POWER! While the FLAVORS you'll find here are EXCITING and COMPLEX, the cooking itself is anything but complicated.
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Ayurveda For Beginners Pitta The Only Guide You Need To Balance Your Pitta Dosha For Vitality Joy And Overall Well being

Ayurveda For Beginners  Pitta  The Only Guide You Need To Balance Your Pitta Dosha For Vitality  Joy  And Overall Well being

Favor • Adzuki Beans • Black Beans • Mung Dal • Black-Eyed Peas • Garbanzo Beans (Chickpeas) • Kidney Beans • White Beans • Soy Beans • Tofu • Lentils • Lima Beans • Mung Beans • Navy Beans • Pinto Beans • Split Peas • Soy Flour ...

Author: Rohit Sahu

Publisher: Rohit Sahu

ISBN:

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 185

View: 822

Do you experience hot flashes, stomach acid, and loose bowel movements? Do you tend to be demanding, frustrated, angry, or intense? Is your skin ruddy and prone to rashes and eruptions? Are you often irritable or impatient? Is your hair prematurely gray or thinning? Do you feel discomfort in hot weather? If so, you need to balance your Pitta Dosha... Ayurveda, which derives from ancient Vedic scriptures, is a 5,000-year-old medical ideology and philosophy based on the idea that we are all made up of different types of energy. There are three Doshas in Ayurveda that describe the dominant state of mind/body: Vata, Pitta, and Kapha. While all three are present in everyone, Ayurveda suggests that we each have a dominant Dosha that is unwavering from birth, and ideally an equal (though often fluctuating) balance between the other two. If Doshas are balanced, we are healthy; when they are unbalanced, we develop a disorder commonly expressed by skin problems, impaired nutrition, insomnia, irritability, and anxiety. Vata, Pitta, and Kapha are all important to our biology in some way, so no one is greater than, or superior to, any other. Each has a very specific set of basic functions to perform in the body. That said, when the Doshas are out of control, our well-being can be damaged. However, before we get into the particulars of each of the three Doshas, it is helpful to understand their basic nature and their wider function in the natural world. Each of the Doshas has its own special strengths and weaknesses, and with a little awareness, you can do a lot to remain healthy and balanced. You can use this series to adjust your lifestyles and routines in a way that supports your constitution. I’ve made a complete series of these three, one for each. This is the Pitta; the other two are also available. To Ayurveda, Pitta is one of the three Doshas—energetic forces of nature that make up the universe and everything within it, including us! Pitta is associated with the components of fire and water, but the former is more prominent. Together, they are the powerful power that controls the transformational processes of the body; metabolism and even the hormones of the body are believed to be regulated by Pitta. Pitta is the hottest, oiliest, and sharpest of the three Doshas of Ayurveda. When you feel overheated in any way, there may be an abundance of the Pitta Dosha inside your body. In this book, we’ll dive deeper into what Pitta means, what throws Pitta out of balance, and how to identify the Pitta Dosha in your environment, in yourself, and in others. With this book, I’m going to share with you everything you need to know in order to balance Pitta Dosha and use it to your overall vitality, joy, and well-being. Reading this you’ll discover: ✔️Pitta Characteristics ✔️Pitta Doshas and Sub-Doshas ✔️Disorders Caused by Pitta Imbalance ✔️What Causes Pitta Dosha or Imbalance ✔️Ways to Deal with Pitta Dosha ✔️Pitta-Stabilizing Lifestyle Tips ✔️Clarification on Pitta Dosha and Fasting ✔️The Relation Between Pitta Dosha and Cool Foods ✔️Guidance on Different Pitta Diets ✔️What Tastes to Favor for Pitta Balancing ✔️Foods that Pacify Pitta and What Foods to Avoid ✔️How to Eat for Pitta Balancing ✔️Pitta Friendly, Delicious Recipes ✔️Pitta Seasonal Guide ✔️Best Yoga Poses ✔️Essential Herbs ✔️Ideal Oil Massage for Pitta Balancing Just follow the book along, and you’ll reveal the easiest step-by-step routine to balance your Pitta Dosha by the end of it! Now don't bother, claim your book now!!
Categories: Health & Fitness

Keto Say Whhatt A Beginners Guide to the Ketogenic Lifestyle

Keto  Say Whhatt  A Beginners Guide to the Ketogenic Lifestyle

Potatoes, Squash (butternut, acorn), Sweet potatoes, Baked potatoes, Yams, Beans, Peas, Corn, Artichoke, Parsnip, Cassava (Yuca), Beetroot, Rutabaga, Celeriac, Onions (In large doses) Fruit Despite the fact of fruits are healthy.

Author: Melissa Groneveldt

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 9781678038403

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Ayurveda For Beginners Kapha The Only Guide You Need To Balance Your Kapha Dosha For Vitality Joy And Overall Well being

Ayurveda For Beginners  Kapha  The Only Guide You Need To Balance Your Kapha Dosha For Vitality  Joy  And Overall Well being

The legumes are usually astringent, which is one of the tastes that pacify Kapha. ... Favor: • Adzuki Beans • Split Peas • Pinto Beans • Soy Beans (uncooked) • Black Beans • Mung Dal • Chickpeas • Lentils • Black-Eyed Peas • Toor Dal ...

Author: Rohit Sahu

Publisher: Rohit Sahu

ISBN:

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 190

View: 835

Do you have a propensity to be overweight? Do you sleep for a lot of hours, yet wake up unrefreshed? Do you feel stiff and sluggish, particularly in the morning? Are your skin and your hair oily? Do you experience pain in cool, humid weather? Is so, you need to balance your Kapha Dosha... Ayurveda, which derives from ancient Vedic scriptures, is a 5,000-year-old medical ideology and philosophy based on the idea that we are all made up of different types of energy. There are three Doshas in Ayurveda that describe the dominant state of mind/body: Vata, Pitta, and Kapha. While all three are present in everyone, Ayurveda suggests that we each have a dominant Dosha that is unwavering from birth, and ideally an equal (though often fluctuating) balance between the other two. If Doshas are balanced, we are healthy; when they are unbalanced, we develop a disorder commonly expressed by skin problems, impaired nutrition, insomnia, irritability, and anxiety. Vata, pitta, and Kapha are all important to our biology in some way, so no one is greater than, or superior to, any other. Each has a very specific set of basic functions to perform in the body. That said, when the Doshas are out of control, our wellbeing can be damaged. However, before we get into the particulars of each of the three doshas, it is helpful to understand their basic nature and their wider function in the natural world. I’ve made a complete series of these three, one for each. This is the Kapha; the other two are also available. The elements of the earth and water combine with the Kapha. Kapha then unites properties such as heavy, slow, and steady, but also soft, thick, hard, and cold. In the body, Kapha is liable for solidity and all structures as well as for the right volume of body fluids. Kapha controls both the structure and lubrication in the mind and body. It regulates the weight, growth, lubrication of the joints and lungs, and the creation of all seven tissues—nutrient fluids, blood, at, muscles, bones, marrow, and reproductive tissue. Protection is the primary feature of Kapha. They're calm, rooted, and genuine while Kaphas are in harmony. If Kaphas get out of control, they binge-eat and under-exercise, triggering weight gain and diabetes. When Kapha is out of control, weight gain, excess mucous, lethargy, and nausea in the digestive tract can occur throughout the digestive tract. Stubbornness and commitment can become a matter for the emotional body. The unbalanced Kapha skin exhibits heavy oiliness, inflammation, cystic acne, blackheads, and large pores. In this book, we'll dive deeper into what Kapha means, what throws Kapha out of balance, and how to identify the Kapha Dosha in your environment, in yourself, and in others. With this book, I'm going to share with you everything you need to know in order to balance Kapha Dosha and use it to your overall vitality, joy, and well-being. Reading this you'll discover: ✔️Kapha Characteristics ✔️Kapha Doshas and Sub-Doshas ✔️Disorders Caused by Kapha Imbalance ✔️What Causes Kapha Dosha or Imbalance ✔️Ways to Deal with Kapha Dosha ✔️Kapha-Stabilizing Lifestyle Tips ✔️Clarification on Kapha Dosha and Fasting ✔️The Relation Between Kapha Dosha and Warm Foods ✔️Guidance on Different Kapha Diets ✔️What Tastes to Favor ✔️Foods that Pacify Kapha and What Foods to Avoid ✔️How to Eat for Kapha Balancing ✔️Kapha Friendly, Delicious Recipes ✔️Kapha Seasonal Guide ✔️Best Yoga Poses ✔️Essential Herbs ✔️Ideal Oil Massage for Kapha Balancing Just follow the book along, and you’ll reveal the easiest step-by-step routine to balance your Kapha Dosha by the end of it! Now don't bother, claim your book now!!
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A Beginner s Guide to Keeping Ducks Keeping Ducks in Your Backyard

A Beginner   s Guide to Keeping Ducks   Keeping Ducks in Your Backyard

This is normally made up of soybean and other beans, which are extremely good sources of protein supplements for ducks ... and kibbled maize, with more of the latter in cold weather and a little cracked peas and beans and mash at night.

Author: Dueep J. Singh

Publisher: Mendon Cottage Books

ISBN: 9781311941954

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 46

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A Beginner’s Guide to Keeping Ducks - Keeping Ducks in Your Backyard Table of Contents Introduction Raising Ducks in Your Backyard Choosing Ducks Dabbling Ducks and Diving Ducks Incubation of Ducklings Artificial Incubation Brooding Cleaning duck eggs Ducks and drakes Housing Your Ducks How to Make a Grass Run Keeping a Small Flock Traditional House Dimensions Preventing Flight over Netting Breeding Ducks for the Table. Preparing Ducklings Ducks and Water Feeding Your Ducks. Layers Mash for Ducks What is Grass Meal? What is Bean Meal? Drinking Water Conclusion Author Bio Introduction It must have been somewhere, and some time millenniums ago, when man found that the Mallard and Muscovy that he hunted in the marshes, and brought home to his family was a bird which could be domesticated. One is not very certain about which particular civilization decided that duck brought up in your own farmyard, was a good source of eating for the whole family. Roast duck, broiled duck, duck with seasonings and herbs, even wild duck, along with their cousins, the geese and the swans made excellent fare especially during times, when other food resources were not so easily available. Geese and swans are definitely not considered ducks, though they belong to the same family. The original ancestral species is the same, even though the characteristics differ. Geese and swans are larger in size and can be found in seawater, as well as in freshwater. Ducks are smaller in size, but prefer freshwater habitats. In the same manner, you should not confuse ducks with other aquatic birds like divers, coots and grebes. All of them are good eating, but they are unrelated, except for their liking for water. Apart from the meat content and eggs, ducks have also been reared for their soft down. Drakes are larger in size, when compared to the female ducks. Some of the popular species are Muscovy ducks, Mallards Paradise Shelduck and Aylesbury . The bills are long, broad and sometimes, they are serrated so that the ducks can feed on easily filtered aquatic plant and animal species. A duck shoot has always been a popular occupation of people who enjoy hunting for gain, especially when you are shooting these birds on the wing. A duck cannot fly when it is molting, and it normally molts before the duck group’s migration to a warmer climate.
Categories: Juvenile Nonfiction