Homesweet Homegrown: Grow, Make, and Store Food, No Matter Where You Live

Homesweet Homegrown: Grow, Make, and Store Food, No Matter Where You Live

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By (author) Jennifer Biggs

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  • Publisher: Microcosm Publishing
  • Format: Paperback | 128 pages
  • Dimensions: 140mm x 175mm x 13mm | 159g
  • Publication date: 12 July 2012
  • Publication City/Country: Bloomington, IN
  • ISBN 10: 1934620106
  • ISBN 13: 9781934620106
  • Illustrations note: col. Illustrations
  • Sales rank: 357,088

Product description

Robyn Jasko and Jennifer Biggs' Homesweet Homegrown is a simple DIY guide to growing, storing, and making your own food, no matter where you live. Jasko and Biggs are committed to turning you into a healthy, happy farmer even if you live in a big city high-rise. Built around eight comprehensive sections (Know, Start, Grow, Plant, Plan, Make, Eat, and Store), this wonderful 128-page guide walks you through all the steps of successfully nurturing a crop of delicious, healthy vegetables. Everyone from the base beginner to the seasoned farmhand will find something for them in these pages. (The recipe section alone is enough to keep you comin' back to this gem for years!) Narrated in a friendly, helpful tone by Jasko and buoyed by Biggs's great illustrations, this book is the definition of awesomely useful. Super, super, SUPER inspiring. Grow your own everything!

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Robyn Jasko is a writer and cofounder of Grow Indie, an organization and website that supports sustainable lifestyles, homesteading, eating well, and living local. Jennifer Biggs is a weaver, fiber artist, and illustrator. They both live in Kutztown, Pennsylvania.

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""Homesweet Homegrown" is an extremely helpful handbook that reads like a primer of lessons learned from garden-tending grandparents--insightful, informative, and maybe most importantly, honest. (Not to mention, just reading the recipes toward the back of the book made my mouth water in anticipation of the upcoming harvest.) With this by your side and a bit of good weather, you'll be enjoying the fruits of your labor soon enough." --Alexa Fornoff, Assistant Editor, "Readymade Magazine "