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Drink the Harvest Preserving The Harvest Doesn T Have To Stop With Jam And Pickles Many Fruits, Vegetables, And Herbs Can Be Made Into Delicious Beverages To Drink Fresh Or Preserve For Later A Healthy And Inexpensive Alternative To Store Bought Drinks Drink The Harvest Shows You How To Create Juices, Ciders, Wines, Meads, Teas, And Syrups To Savor Any Time Of Year From Strawberry Juice To Pear Cider, Dandelion Wine To Spiced Apple Mead, Citrus Peel Tea To Kombucha, You Ll Love These Delicious Recipes You Ll Even Discover How To Create Your Own Backyard Beverage Garden And How To Harvest Ingredients For Maximum Flavor And Quantity.

  • Paperback
  • 232 pages
  • Drink the Harvest
  • Nan K. Chase
  • English
  • 02 December 2018
  • 1612121594

About the Author: Nan K. Chase

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10 thoughts on “Drink the Harvest

  1. says:

    I picked this book up on a whim from my local library, and fell in love I ve been dabbling with the idea of making my own wine, looking up the occasional how to when I come across a post on pinterest that looks interesting, but this book pushed me over the edge, and I now can t wait to try making my own wines meads I m researching sources of local honey now in preparation I discovered wild grapes on my property, and not being a big fan of grape jelly which is what I made last year , I I picked this book up on a whim from my local library, and fell in love I ve been dabbling with the idea of making my own wine, looking up the occasional how to when I come across a post on pinterest that looks interesting, but this book pushed me over the edge, and I now can t wait to try making my own wine...

  2. says:

    A well illustrated book filled with good if somewhat repetitive recipe ideas The book spent a good portion of the time trying to convince the reader that juicing etc was a good idea, which was distracting and surprising, considerin...

  3. says:

    Some great ideas maybe too big a topic and certainly did not need to go into gardening too I took some notes and will be trying some recipes

  4. says:

    This cookbook was so beautiful and so informative, I m giving it 4 of 5 stars even though I m not going to try a single recipe out of it The authors of Drink the Harvest really know their stuff I was impressed, reading this cookbook I was also excited to see that they re rather near to me geographically they hail from Asheville, NC While the ladies certainly know their way around a garden and a kitchen, I never felt intimidated while reading I kind of got the feeling tha...

  5. says:

    Wonderful and informative, a wealth of information and a feast for the eyes as well

  6. says:

    With the onset of spring, I begin my traditional hunt for the latest in gardening related books This runs from those dealing with the early stages of gardening, such as seed sowing and planting, to how to books on deck, patio, and container gardening, and then to those for season s end on harvesting, canning, preserving, pickling, and baking Drink the Harvest by Nan K Chase and DeNeice C Guest, is unique among all of those that I h...

  7. says:

    Title Drink the Harvest Making and Preserving Juices, Wines, Meads, Teas, and Ciders Author Nan K Chase DeNeice C Guest Published 5 14 14 Publisher Storey Publishing LLC Pages 233 Genre Cooking, Food Wine Sub Genre Drinks and Beverages Spirits Non Alcoholic Seasonal ISBN 9781612121598ASIN B00GU2RVIVGReviewer DelAnneReviewed For NetGalleyMy Rating 5 Stars Nan K Chase and DeNeice C Guest have provided a book that gives step by step instructions on how to make a jui Title Drink the Harvest Making and Preserving Juices, Wines, Meads, Teas, and Ciders Author Nan K Chase DeNeice C Guest Published 5 14 14 Publisher Storey Publishing LLC Pages 233 Genre Cooking, Food Wine Sub Genre Drinks and Beverages Spirits Non Alcoholic Seasonal ISBN 9781612121598ASIN B00GU2RVIVGReviewer DelAnneReviewed For NetGalleyMy Rating 5 Stars Nan K Chase and DeNeice C Guest have provided a book that gives step by step instructions on how to make a juices, wine, tea or other beverage from the bounty of your garden and the wonderful fruits and vegetables that abound at the farmer s market or corner vegetable Some even visit U Pick Farms for produce Looking for A V 8 type juice or perhaps maybe ready to do something with a...

  8. says:

    I was sent a copy of the book for review through Net Galley, as always, all opinions are my own.I do most of our cooking from scratch and spend countless hours putting up food for the winter so I don t have to brave the elements just to pick up some veggies at the store With all of that time spent preserving and...

  9. says:

    I have received an ARC via NetGalley The book starts with information about plants, fruits and vegetables you can grow in your garden or buy at your local store.I liked the detailed explanations for a successful harvest and suggestions for each season.What I appreaciated the most, were the how to do pictures explaining every step might be good, but a picture is worththan a thousand words at least in this context and makes me, an impatient reader, save some precious time.Another I have received an ARC via NetGalley The book starts with information about plants, fruits and vegetables you can grow in your garden or buy at your local store.I liked the detailed explanations for a successful harvest and suggestions for each season.What I appreaciated the most, were the how to do pictures explaining every step might be ...

  10. says:

    What I love about this book is that it serves not only as a reference, but as a resource for those who, like me, have edible gardens Now I have quite a selection of libations that I can make from the recipes within this book Further, Chase takes the time to provide information on how to maximize your garden so that you can create drinks from whatever your garden yields There are rich images to accompany each recipe along with nifty tips and tricks as well Since this book goes beyond just What I love about this book is that it serves not only as a reference, but as a resource for those who, like me, have edible gardens Now I have quite a selection of libations that I can make from the r...

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