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Root Cellaring: Natural Cold Storage of Fruits and Vegetables (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 30. September 1991

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  • Taschenbuch: 320 Seiten
  • Verlag: Melia Publishing Services; Auflage: 2 (30. September 1991)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 0882667033
  • ISBN-13: 978-0882667034
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 15,2 x 1,9 x 22,9 cm
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  • Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 192.417 in Fremdsprachige Bücher (Siehe Top 100 in Fremdsprachige Bücher)

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Tells how to use root cellaring, and gives instruction on both improvising a small root cellar and constructing a true root cellar.

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Efficient Way to Keep Foods Fresh all Year!
Root cellaring is a simple, energy-saving way to keep food fresh all year. This book explains building and using different types of root cellars and which vegetables and fruits store best. Includes specific storage requirements for nearly 100 home garden crops, plus dozens of delicious recipes.

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2 von 2 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Ein Kunde am 17. Januar 1999
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We're fortunate to have bought a property with a well designed root cellar already in place. Until I read this book, I had no idea how a root cellar 'worked'. This book suggests what foods are best for root cellaring, how long to expect to store them, and what temperatures should be maintained. Had I not read this book I would have wasted time and enery, and lost the nutrients in some foods by canning them rather than root cellaring them. A city dweller friend of mine borrowed my book and has decided to buy it. There are variety of good root cellar plans complete with illustrations and drawings for nearly any situation.
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1 von 1 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Ein Kunde am 6. Oktober 1998
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I was looking for how to build a root celler. Several Ideas were presented, along with what can be stored, how to store it and how long it could likely be stored. I first saw this book as a loan from another library. Now I want to get one to have as reference in my library.
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1 von 1 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Ein Kunde am 4. Oktober 1999
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A must buy for country-wise, self sufficient individuals. I initially borrowed it from the library, but it's worth the expense. Stretch your garden further than ever with this in-depth gem of a book.
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1 von 2 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Ein Kunde am 20. Januar 1999
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This book has many tremendous, no nonsense, inexpensive, simple, low-tech, and energy saving ways to keep our harvests fresh.
It has reminded me of some simple techniques I'd forgotten, and taught me several new ones. I highly recommend it for those interested in what Y2K might present.
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Encyclopedia of no-energy food preservation 1. September 2004
Von Erika Mitchell - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This book is a vast resource of information about root cellars, how to build them, and how to use them. The Bubels contend that even city apartments dwellers can arrange some sort of cold food storage area with a little imagination and a few suggestions from those who have done it before. The book has 6 parts: choosing good storage vegetable varieties, harvesting for keeping quality, storing crops in the root cellar, root cellar ideas for those who don't currently have a root cellar, root cellaring experiences, and recipes. At the end of the book is a bibliography for further reading, a list of plant sources, and an index. The book is amply illustrated with diagrams and black-and-white photographs.

I didn't expect to find much in this book that I haven't read elsewhere. Since my house didn't come with a root cellar, I wasn't very optimistic about finding anything in the book that I could use. Fortunately, I was way off-base in these assumptions. I was amazed at the variety and detail of information that the Bubels provide. The sections on choosing seed varieties and determining when to harvest are extremely useful, even if you're only going to put your harvest in the refrigerator. They also explain the different types of storage conditions required for different crops- -some like it cool and moist, and others warmer and dry. But what gave me real hope was all the ideas about un-root cellars that people have constructed and made good use of for storing vegetables. Their examples include everything from insolated window baskets for apartment dwellers to buried package trucks. One idea that might work well for my situation at least for the time being is a buried refrigerator. Down the line, if I have extra time on my hands, I could trade up for a real dug root cellar, following the plans in the book. If you're a gardener, you'll find something of use for sure in this book.
327 von 334 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
Very clear advice for hanging onto your harvest longer. 24. September 2002
Von Wendy A. B. Whipple - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This is a great book for (food) gardeners and for people who have some land available to them. Although there are suggestions for "nooks and crannies" in your house, most of those ideas sound like ideas for older (draftier) homes.
The suggestions for building your own working root cellar are clear, with illustrations to help you plan. There are lists of things that keep well and under what conditions to keep them. The authors even list certain varieties of (for instance) apples that keep better than others. There's a month-by-month plan of what could be coming out of your garden, going into the root cellar, and what could be canned or frozen. If you have a large garden, this is an incredibly useful book.
However, those of us with smaller modern homes, smaller yards, and smaller, less heavily-producing gardens will be a little disappointed. As I read this, I came to the conclusion that it would be pretty darned difficult to have a root cellar on our property, because we don't have a useable cool north corner to put one in. Not impossible, mind you, it would just take a lot more effort, planning, and money to build it.
I recommend this book highly for people who raise substantial amounts of their own produce. This book will really extend your harvest. With imagination and a little time and effort, you can have a root cellar that keeps your family in fresh food you grew all year long.
94 von 97 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
This book gives the complete root cellaring picture. 17. Januar 1999
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We're fortunate to have bought a property with a well designed root cellar already in place. Until I read this book, I had no idea how a root cellar 'worked'. This book suggests what foods are best for root cellaring, how long to expect to store them, and what temperatures should be maintained. Had I not read this book I would have wasted time and enery, and lost the nutrients in some foods by canning them rather than root cellaring them. A city dweller friend of mine borrowed my book and has decided to buy it. There are variety of good root cellar plans complete with illustrations and drawings for nearly any situation.
47 von 48 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
A Must-Have for Your Library! 8. Januar 2001
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Outstanding book! The amount of information included makes this book well worth its price. The month-to-month calendar of what one can eat from their root cellar is especially helpful. The pictures, and descriptions, of several existing root cellars in various parts of the country was especially appreciated, and will definitely be utilized when I build my own root cellar. If you are interested in being self-sufficient, this book will be of great assistance.
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A must have for the serious gardener 29. September 2005
Von Elizabeth - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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If like me you love growing a vegetable garden and then canning, freezing, or dehydrating your produce, then this is a book you should seriously consider adding to your library. Especially since energy costs for cooling in summer and heating in winter are going up.

Because root cellars are something as the one chapter in the book titled Food Cellars for Everyone says, are for everyone whether you live in rural American, suburbia or even a city with a small lot. Roots cellars are economical across the board and have a long history and can be placed under a home, off into a hillside, in a closet, basement or even two big wine barrels with tight lids planted slanted into the ground.

They are also a huge money saver. And being someone who believes that even a city dweller with a small plot of land should grow some of their own food I also believe that we all have a responsibility to learn how to grow food as well as save it, because with our recent history of hurricanes in the southern regions of the country I know that attic cellars have enabled friends I know, to at least have fresh vegetables to cook over the camp stove as they go about trying to get their lives back together.
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