Review: Meals In a Jar Cookbook by Julie Languille
March 14, 2013 · Print This Article
Are you a survivalist concerned with having a supply of food on hand in case it all hits the fan? Do you love camping and want easy to carry and pack foodstuff for your trips? Perhaps you love canning, dehydrating and seeing beautiful jars of ready-made meals in your pantry. Or if you simply enjoy giving meals in a jar to a new mom or busy family as a gift, Meals in a Jar: Quick and Easy, Just-Add-Water, Homemade Recipes is for you.
Author Julie Languille created this cookbook for all types of people who simply want to be prepared. Imagine coming home after a busy day at work and shuffling the kids around to extracurriculars, and dinner being as simple as popping open a can, mixing with water and heating.
Meals In a Jar features recipes for creamy soups, healthy breakfasts, hearty suppers and even beverages, desserts, side dishes and breads. In order to create the recipes, you will need to have a kitchen stocked with such supplies as a dehydrator, pressure cooker/canner, and be comfortable with the art and science of home canning. (But once the kits are assembled, the meals are easy to whip up even for teens, kitchen-phobic husbands, or anyone.) If that describes you, pick up a copy of this book!
Meals in a Jar: Quick and Easy, Just-Add-Water, Homemade Recipes is available on Amazon.com