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Mike and Nancy Bubel are experts in making natural produce last longer and they can show you how to achieve the same impact without having to learn to can (which is super time consuming).
That’s the concept behind Root Cellaring: Natural Cold Storage of Fruits & Vegetables.
Root Cellars Are For Everyone
Don’t think that this idea is something limited to country dwelling farmers, in fact, as they demonstrate – anyone can open a root cellar in their home.
Root cellars make use of naturally cold environments to increase the shelf life of things you grow in your garden (or buy at the store) and they can be installed cheaply and easily in almost every environment.
Holding Your Hand Through A Journey In Root Cellaring
The book teaches you how to select the right varieties of fruits and vegetables to grow and to store and then what, exactly, is needed to store 100 commonly grown home garden crops.
It also explains how you build a root cellar and how you can fit one into your life without making ridiculous accommodations.
If you want to become more self-sufficient then you need a copy of Root Cellaring, it’s brilliant.
You can find Root Cellaring: Natural Cold Storage of Fruits & Vegetables online.