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Grow Great Grub by Gayla Trail
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Feb 28, 12

it was amazing
bookshelves: read-in-2012
Read in February, 2012

I am determined to have my first garden (other than a few pots on the patio) this summer. When I saw this book, it looked like the perfect resource. I was not let down. Grow Great Grub has a wealth of knowledge, plus lots of pictures for those of us who are easily distracted! Gayla included lots of information on growing in all types of locations (window ledge, patio, alley, and yard) as well as information on the plants themselves, how to arrange things and more. I'm about to reconsider my grass and bushes for vegetable landscaping!
Gayla even put in random recipes that she has invented to use some of the veggies that might otherwise be overlooked. The end of the book includes information on preservation of the vegetables and herbs you have grown. She does not limit it to canning methods, but include information on how to preserve through drying, freezing, canning, and pickling. I absolutely loved this book and can see it being a resource that I turn to for years to come!

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