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David Branagin
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  • Bayfield, CO
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Magpie Ima replied to David Branagin's discussion 'What's your favorite book available on canning (or food preservation in general)?' in the group Food Preservation
"I  don't love the Ball Blue Book because of the huge amounts of sugar and chemical pectin which make jams taste pretty much like store bought to me so why bother?  That's my philosophy anyway.   I read every new preserving…"
Jun 25, 2011
Therese Smallwood replied to David Branagin's discussion 'What's your favorite book available on canning (or food preservation in general)?' in the group Food Preservation
"I use this book also. It has lots of new ideas. "
Jun 22, 2011
Christene replied to David Branagin's discussion 'What's your favorite book available on canning (or food preservation in general)?' in the group Food Preservation
"I agree that the Ball Blue book is the way to go I have several versions over the years and received their new book last year for a present of the Complete Book of Home Perserving and it  is a hard back book.  I also watch their facebook…"
Jun 20, 2011
sparky replied to David Branagin's discussion 'What's your favorite book available on canning (or food preservation in general)?' in the group Food Preservation
"Over the years, I have picked up a lot of older canning and preserving books.  I love them.  I also have some ebooks that are good, and if any of you want them, I will happily send them to you.  You will have to message me on here…"
Jun 18, 2011
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October Tomatoes!

"I had one of the best salsas ever from green tomatoes! At first I thought it was a tomatillo salsa, but the Mexican family which was selling it at the farmer's market said it was green tomato and jalapeno. Delicious!"
Oct 28, 2010
David Branagin joined Pete and Izzy's Mom's group
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Backyard Chickens

A place to discuss and share the joy and trials of chicken raising! Share your chicken knowledge, photos, coop plans, ask questions, anything chicken related!See More
Oct 3, 2010
David Branagin joined Courtenay's group
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ElevatedGardening

Coloradens discuss in order to learn and develop better gardening and farming skills. We need eachother! Beginners and experts unite in an effort to maintain Colorado's organic lifestyle. Let's chat food...
Oct 3, 2010
David Branagin joined Brittney's group
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Kombucha

For all of us kombucha brewers and drinkers!
Oct 3, 2010
David Branagin joined Brittney's group
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SW Gardeners

A group for discussing the unique growing conditions in the SW of the US.
Oct 3, 2010
bridgergirl13 replied to David Branagin's discussion 'What's your favorite book available on canning (or food preservation in general)?' in the group Food Preservation
"I just used Canning for Dummies to water bath can a batch of pickled beets today. It was the first time I've ever canned, and I found the guidelines really simple to follow and helpful. The recipe turned out really well, too. I'm also…"
Jul 18, 2010
Pat Johnson replied to David Branagin's discussion 'What's your favorite flavor (beer that is)?' in the group The Brewers Pub - Sit and raise your glass with friends!
"I'm a homebrewer and I always tell folks beers are a lot like foods. Although Pizza might be my favorite food I sure wouldn't want to eat it 3 times a day for the rest of my life. Same thing with beer. In the summer I prefer the lighter…"
Jul 8, 2010
David Branagin replied to David Branagin's discussion 'What's your favorite flavor (beer that is)?' in the group The Brewers Pub - Sit and raise your glass with friends!
"Sometimes I think of myself as being a bit of a hop-head, but whenever I have a great 'low hop' beer, I remember what really changed my beer drinking habits in the first place (from macros to micros)......flavor! One of the things I like…"
Jul 8, 2010
Lynn S replied to David Branagin's discussion 'What's your favorite book available on canning (or food preservation in general)?' in the group Food Preservation
"I have owned Stocking Up III (Rodale Press) for many years and there are basic canning and preserving instructions in this book. The book is divided up for fruits, veggies, dairy, meat, nuts, sprouts, etc. Preserving food by canning, freezing,…"
Jul 8, 2010
Christina Allday-Bondy replied to David Branagin's discussion 'What's your favorite book available on canning (or food preservation in general)?' in the group Food Preservation
"The University of Georgia's Cooperative Extension has a comprehensive guide (nearly 400 pages) to food preservation, So Easy to Preserve. (5th Edition) It covers canning, drying, freezing, pickling, jellies -with lots of recipes. For only $18…"
Jul 1, 2010
David Branagin replied to David Branagin's discussion 'What's your favorite flavor (beer that is)?' in the group The Brewers Pub - Sit and raise your glass with friends!
"Interested in how that turns out. Keep us posted. With 7 lbs of (what I'm assuming is pale) malt, combined with the the 2.4 lbs of brown sugar and molasses, I'm guessing you'll finish with something not overly alcoholic, but probably…"
May 31, 2010
Jim Giddings replied to David Branagin's discussion 'What's your favorite flavor (beer that is)?' in the group The Brewers Pub - Sit and raise your glass with friends!
"Stouts, porters, IPA's - it really just depends on what mood my palate is in. I'm simply getting more snobbish as time goes by and I learn more. I don't think I could drink another crappy beer now. The road only leads in one direction…"
May 31, 2010

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Salty Garden Dog
A bit about me:
Coming soon
Latest greatest meal cooked at home:
rotelli pasta especial!
Currently reading:
Mollison's Permaculture Design Manual
Currently listening to:
the crunching of salsa dipped tortilla chips
My latest DIY project:
turning lifeless unused lawn space into beautiful garden soil filled with life. My organic seeds can hardly wait to try out their new home!
Web site I recommend:
http://democracynow.org

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