22 old Books How To Cure Pickle Smoke Dry Preserve Can Your Own Meat or Fish & Make Home-made Sausages Recipes on a CD !
Plus You Choose one extra CD at no cost (choose from all I am selling and message me)!
If you would like to learn how to cure, pickle, dry, salt, brine, can, smoke your own meat, fish, eggs - make your own bacon, home made Sausages etc.. You are in luck as here on this CD is a lot of info that will most likely be helpful to you.... These books will show how to do the following list of things:
Build a smoke house.
Carve your own meat (including game meat).
Prepare meat for curing.
Butcher your own meat.
Sanitize your product for good hygiene.
Make corned beef.
Dry foods to preserve them.
Learn why foods spoil so you can prevent it from happening to you.
Ferminate foods to keep them.
How to prepare wild game.
And much much more...........
This is becoming quite common as a lot of people are looking for ways to save money of their grocery bill.
Here are the books on this CD:
Balanced meals with recipes food values, drying and cold pack canning, menus, with and without meat, box luncheons (1917) 202 pages
Butchering and curing meats in China. (1921) 59 pages
Butchers', packers' and sausage makers' red book (1913) 138 pages
cider and fruit-wines preservation of fruits and vegetables by canning preparation of fruit-butters, jellies, marmalade's, pickles, Preservation of meat (1914) 610
Every woman's canning book; the A.B.C of safe home canning and preserving (1918) 116 pages
Home and farm food preservation (1918) 312 pages
Home Meat Curing 1941 58 pages
Home pork making a complete guide.. (1911) 152 pages
Meats, poultry and game; how to buy, cook and carve, with a potpourri of recipes (1919) 160 pages
Modern practice of canning meats (1911) 106 pages
Practical carving (1887) 44 pages
Recipes for the preserving of fruit, vegetables, and meat (1908) 163 pages
science of canning, concentrating, desiccating, preserving and pickling all kinds of fruits and vegetables, meats, fish, etc... (1901) 92 pages
Secrets of meat curing and sausage making how to cure hams, shoulders, bacon, corned beef, etc., and how to make all kinds of sausage, etc., (1922) 312 pages
Study of psychrophilic, mesophilic, and halophilic bacteria in salt and meat curing solutions (1950) 72 pages
Successful canning and preserving; practical hand book for schools, clubs, and home use (1917) 412 pages
Text-book of meat hygiene, with special consideration of antemortem and postmortim inspection of food-producing animals (1943) 489 pages
The art of carving (1899) 60 pages
The cook's own book, and housekeeper's register. Being receipts for cooking of every kind of meat, fish, and fowl and making soup, gravy, pastry, preserves 1854 408 pages
The ideal receipt book a manual for busy housekeepers 1898 68 pages
The modern packing house 1921 498 pages
The whole art of curing, pickling, and smoking meat and fish, both in the British and foreign modes 1847 208 pages
Plus if you would like to know how to make Vinegar to pickle these Meats, Fish, Eggs etc. here is a list of free books that are also included:
A Practical Treatise on the Manufacture of Vinegar and Acetates, Cider, and ... (1889) 541 pages
Vinegar its manufacture and examination (1916) 236 pages
Grape vinegar (1912) 32 pages
The manufacture of vinegar its theory and practice, with especial reference to the quick process (1860) 314 pages
471 MB in size, so a lot of great info on this CD!
Note; these Ebooks were scanned and digitized from old books from the late 1800's to early 1900's. So they may not be in perfect condition, a couple of books may be a little blurry and tipped slightly?
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1 of the gallery pictures is a label added to the CD! CD can also be plain with no label if you prefer?
Try it at no risk: get the CD delivered to you, give it a try, then if you are not completely satisfied your payment will be refunded in full. If the CD don't work for some reason or there are any problems let me know and I will send another asap!
Facts: (so no surprises)
- Books are burned or copied onto the CD on a special standalone CD copy machine, onto a standard regular CD as it was purchased with a label printed on it as you see above. This copy machine can only be and is only used for this purpose of burning CD's and cannot be and is not connected to the internet or a computer.
- CD will be mailed in a Bubble envelope.
- Each Book is in PDF format.
- You will need adobe reader to view the Books which is free to download online and is already on most all computers anyway.
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