How to store and preserve your garden produce
Published 07 Jul 2016
Fresh produce is a joy: crunchy lettuce, sun-warmed tomatoes, juicy berries – their flavours are immediate – but a winter of those summer flavours preserved, now that’s a feeling of satisfaction. Abundance therefore is the bible to guide you through growing, bottling, drying, fermenting, freezing, jamming and pickling your garden bounty so you can store and preserve its incredible flavours all the year though. There are recipes for Raspberry Jam and Ploughman’s Chutney, Summer Cordials and Pestos, plus also Fruit Leathers and Kale Crisps; Herb Vinegar, Sauerkraut, Kimchi and Tabasco; plus a Marrow and Ginger Jam and Damson Cheese. If you are aiming to achieve a little more self-sufficiency (and save some money at the same time), this book is the answer.
'Invaluable for learning how to make what you grow last' - Gardens Illustrated
Alys Fowler trained at the Royal Horticultural Society, the New York Botanical Gardens and the Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew. She writes regularly for the Guardian, Gardens Illustrated, Grow Your Own, blogs for BBC Gardening and has a monthly video on the Guardian website. She is a regular TV presenter on the BBC and is the bestselling author of The Thrifty Gardener, The Edible Garden and The Thrifty Forager. @AlysFowler