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Are you interested in canning and preserving foods? Saving money on your food budget? Eating better? Then this book is for you.
Over 120 color photos. Works on a B&W reader.
Preserving foods and eating locally-grown veggies and fruits is an exciting new trend.
In the book “Canology – How To Eat Healthier & Save Money By Preserving Locally-Grown Natural Foods” you will learn:
– Why preserving food will save you money on your family’s grocery bill.
– How to preserve food the safe, natural way (without chemicals)
– What is canning (jarring foods)?
– How to preserve veggies, fruits, jams, salsas, sauces, soups, chili, applesauce, and many more cooking creations for use all-year round.
– Why natural veggies and fruits are better than store-bought chemically-grown foods
– How to find locally grown, healthy organic produce and fruits in your own community on a budget
– How to decorate your jars to use as gifts and in gift baskets.
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At the age of 39, Paulette Bates Alden realized that she had become the person she always wanted to be — a woman writing at her desk. On the way to achieving her most important goal, she had always considered motherhood but as she neared the end of her fertile years, with a wonderful husband and aging, obstinate, yet irreplaceable parents, Alden was struck by all she would be giving up by not having a child. Suddenly, she found herself faced with the possibility that she had waited too long.In this intimate and searching memoir, Alden looks back on her southern upbringing and her conscious rejection of what seemed in the sixties to be antiquated roles — those of wife and mother. Finally, she and her husband embark on a long and difficult course of infertility treatment.
Crossing the Moon is a wry, poignant, and beautifully wise story of the choices that all women make — and learn to live with.
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The original version of this book was titled “Beyond Guilty.” The publisher has gone out of business and the book has been retitled The Nano Experiment with a new cover. Thus the reviews may refer to “Beyond Guilty.”
At fifteen, Eileen Robinson lives in an ideal, middle class African-American family in Houston, Texas. When her father is murdered, an innocent victim in a drive by shooting, her sheltered life spirals downward into gloom. Her once stay-at-home mother is forced to go to work cleaning offices at night. Instead of enjoying her carefree teenage years hanging with her friends, Eileen is relegated to babysitting her two younger sisters. One night she sneaks out on them. Trying to cook something, they die in a fire.
Tormented and wanting to kill herself, Eileen runs away from home. Befriended by a drug dealer, she moves in with him. At twenty-one she is a single mother of two, falsely convicted of killing a state senator’s son. At thirty-two she is executed. Or is she?
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