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Mother Earth News is pleased to bring you expert advice for self-sufficient living in the new and updated Collector Series: Modern Homesteading. This special guide brings you more than 40 articles covering self-reliance living, livestock and poultry, DIY projects, gardening, food and recipes, and more. Our goal at Mother Earth News is to provide information and inspiration to help you live more simply, more securely, and more sustainably. Packed with timeless tips, beautiful photographs, and helpful charts, this collector series guide has more than enough information to get you thriving with your homestead. Whether you’re just starting out or you’ve lived your whole life with your hands in the soil, you’re sure to find some helpful information to live a modern yet simple life on the homestead. Selections from the 160-page softcover book include:
Featuring delicious seasonal recipes to help make the best use of homegrown produce, The Kitchen Garden Cookbook is packed with imaginative, inspiring ideas to turn your beautiful bounty into delicious dishes. With techniques and expert advice to help you harvest, preserve and prepare your crops successfully, this cookbook is the fruit-and-vegetable-grower's perfect kitchen companion.
Author: Caroline Bretherton
In 101 One-Dish Dinners, Andrea Chesman shows off the versatility of Dutch ovens, skillets, and casserole pans. Classic baked dishes like ham and potato gratin, chicken potpie, and vegetable lasagne go head-to-head with diverse stovetop suppers like jambalaya, seafood paella, and pad Thai. For those looking for something a little lighter but still filling, there are plenty of meal-in-a-bowl salads and timeless soups. Serve up a nourishing meal tonight with little fuss and fewer dishes!
Author: Andrea Chesman
Stephanie Tourles offers 125 simple recipes for mouthwatering parfaits, trail mixes, smoothies, energy bars, juice blends, soups, vegetable chips, dips, candies, cookies and more. Made from unprocessed whole foods—such as nuts, seeds, dried and fresh fruits, vegetables, oats, carob, cocoa and fresh juices—these snacks have fewer than 250 calories and are packed with vitamins, minerals, fiber, and enzymes.
Author: STEPHANIE TOURLES
With content from four titles and starting more than 25 years ago, this diverse collection pays homage to a history of wellness. It includes content from several Ogden Publications brands, including Mother Earth Living, The Herb Companion, Herbs for Health and Natural Home – four titles that have spent more than two decades helping readers achieve natural health, learn to garden and eat healing foods, make their homes more sustainable and efficient, and much more.
As publishers, it’s our privilege to bring you content designed to help you improve your life. By bringing together a diverse collection of wellness material, we get the chance to not only share our vast archives with you, but also to appreciate the work our treasured readers have enable us to do for many years.
Today, as we forge ahead into a new and uncharted media landscape, we continue to invest in ways to deliver the most relevant and valuable content in the most efficient and innovative formats. This digital archive (updated with 2017 content) contains more than 12,500 articles formatted for viewing on computers. From articles on using specific herbs for health care and creating healthful and delicious recipes to increasing the insulation in your home and building with alternative materials – you’ll find it all here!
In addition to the ability to search the entire archive or browse by each month and year, the interface contains enhanced search features.
We hope this archive provides you with endless hours of inspiring and practical advice as we continue our journey of natural wellness together.
This archive uses your preferred Internet browser to view content, but an Internet connection is not required. However, many articles – especially web posts and articles printed in the last five years – also contains links to other websites. An Internet connection is required for these links to work properly.
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The Manual of Seed Saving is an authoritative guide from experts around the globe. It features information on how to maximize seed quality and yield for more than 100 crop plants. It includes popular market plants like asparagus, carrots, corn, rhubarb, spinach, squash and tomatoes. Plant profiles include critical information on pollination, isolation distances, cultivation, harvest, storage, and pests and diseases.
Author: Andrea Heistinger
Able to comfort, nourish, and heal, broths and stocks have always had a central place in kitchens around the world. Included are more than a dozen master recipes for base stocks and then 40 recipes using these stocks in complete meals,People are catching on to this centuries-old appreciation of bone- and vegetable-based broths, and McGruther shows how these can be made quickly and cost-effectively at home.
Author: Jennifer McGruther
Indulge your passion for gardening. Imagine extended growing seasons, homegrown tropical fruits, abundant vegetables ready to pick year-round, exotic orchids and colorful flowers galore. They're all possible with this comprehensive guide to turning the dream of year-round gardening into a reality.
From the simplest cold frame to the most elaborate freestanding tropical paradise, there is a greenhouse plan in this collection to fit every gardener's needs. Author Roger Marshall guides you through all the style options, the practical considerations of choosing materials and a site, plus every step of the building process, from foundation to glazing.
Whether your interest is in rare orchids or in healthful organic vegetables for your family, a greenhouse provides the environment to protect and nurture the plants you love. And when it's cold and gray outside, the greenhouse is a welcoming place to feed your gardening hobby.
Author: Roger Marshall
The 20-30 Something Garden Guide gives this busy demographic a fun, nonintimidating introduction to the basics of gardening. These are the folks who want to know where their food comes from, and they’re hip to the importance of good health and the environment.
Author: Dee Nash
Recipes and Tips for Sustainable Living is a lavishly illustrated must have book for any novice or well seasoned gardener, forager, hunter, natural food-foodie or for those who want to take their food sources and health into their own hands. Stacy encourages eating as much from the wild as possible and gives techniques to simplify the process of making succulent, excellent meals with simple ingredients.
Author: Stacy Harris
Thanks to the polytunnel, covered growing is now available to all. And sales of polytunnels are burgeoning, as gardeners and allotment-holders realize that they could be growing more food (and more exotic food) on a smaller plot, whatever the weather outside is doing. The Polytunnel Book is the first comprehensive, practical illustrated guide to polytunnel gardening, for both beginners and experienced gardeners.
Author: Joyce Russell
CLEARANCE $10.43 Simply Satisfying’s more than 200 seasonal recipes showcase readily available ingredients—particularly fresh vegetables, fruits, grains and beans—as well as straightforward techniques, global influences and, most delectably and rewardingly, robust flavors. Here are Baked Macaroni and Cheese with Cauliflower and Jalapeños, Fragrant Vegetable Stew with Corn Dumplings, Leek Timbales with White Wine Sauce, Baked Eggplant Stuffed with Curried Vegetables ... and for dessert, Raspberry Almond Torte, Rhubarb Cobbler, and Cowboy Cookies. Each inviting dish is simple enough to be part of a weeknight meal and certain to satisfy vegetarians and nonvegetarians alike. Seasoned author Jeanne Lemlin guides cooks through both everyday and special-occasion cooking by offering 50 menu suggestions. She helps new vegetarians avoid the “plateful of sides” dilemma and gives experienced cooks new ideas for entertaining. And she includes personal tips and a chapter on making “the basics” from scratch. Whether you are a committed vegetarian or an omnivore who enjoys hearty meatless meals, Simply Satisfying may well become your most reliable, trusted source of recipes to make again and again.
Author: Jeanne Lemlin