Fun with Fruit Preservation: Leather, Drying and Other Methods

Fun with Fruit Preservation is a book full of numerous different methods and ideas on how to preserve fruit in a fun and tasty way. Methods include drying, freezing, canning, bottling, fruit leather, jams, jellies, juice, and syrups. How to make fruit leather and where it originated from are also explained. Drying and Freezing are two more options discussed in this book. The different methods of drying and how to keep your fruit from darkening while it’s drying are shared. Freezing your fruit comes in handy for future use. This book offers tips and information on how to properly freeze and re-freeze your fruit. Canning is another great option for fruit preservation. How to bottle different forms of fruit, the different methods of bottling, and the history of the canning process is provided.Tips for storage in basements, cellars, outbuildings, and pits are provided. This is a good, basic book with numerous tips and explanations.

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    by Dora D. Flack

    Fun with Fruit Preservation is a book full of numerous different methods and ideas on how to preserve fruit in a fun and tasty way. It discusses methods such as Sun and Oven drying fruit leather. How to make fruit leather and where it originated from are also explained. Drying and Freezing are two more options discussed in this book. The different methods of drying and how to keep your fruit from darkening while it’s drying are shared. Freezing your fruit comes in handy for future use. This book offers tips and information on how to properly freeze and re-freeze your fruit. Canning is another great option for fruit preservation. How to bottle different forms of fruit, the different methods of bottling, and the history of the canning process is provided. Jams, Jellies, Juices and syrups are additional tasty methods to preserve your fruit. Necessary Ingredients, equipment, containers, etc. are recommended along with the specific instructions for each method. Along with the listed methods of preserving your fruit are some tasty recipes to try and some tips for storing your creations properly. Tips for storage in basements, cellars, outbuildings, and pits are provided. This book would be a great addition to any individual with the desire to preserve their fruit for later enjoyment without letting it go bad.

    Chapters include:

    1. Fruit Leather

    1. Drying Fruit
    2. Canning
    3. Jams, Jellies, Juices and Syrups
    4. Home Freezing
    5. Fruit Storage In Basements, Cellars, Outbuildings and Pits

    5.5” x 8.5” paperback

    97 pages