While I love learning from the internet, I’m an old fashioned girl at heart. There’s nothing like having books and resources in my home that I can go grab from a shelf when I need it! Here’s a list of my favorites for you to look over!
Real Food Cookbooks & Websites
Recipes also found here: theelliothomestead.com
Whole food recipes for the whole family! While I don’t personally own this book, I have borrowed it from the library and it’s definitely on my “to buy” list!
Recipes also found here: melissaknorris.com
This simple handbook walks you through not only real food recipes, but also how to create a natural home!
Recipes also found here: theprairiehomestead.com
Wanna know of another book on my to-buy list? I’ve been following and using Jill’s online recipes for years! Definitely a must-have for the whole food kitchen.
Learn all you need to know about root cellars, overwintering your garden vegetables and what to do even if you don’t have the perfect storage conditions!
Want to get into fermenting? This book shows you how to work with 64 different vegetables and herbs. It’ll walk you through everything you need to know!
You can trust the canner and your food when you use these tested and approved canning recipes in your kitchen. This is another one I borrow from the library, one that’s on my “to buy” list!
In the Garden
My favorite go-to for troubleshooting issues that arise in my vegetable garden. To the point and concise, this one will always be part of my gardening collection!