Amazon Free Kindle Books – Weekend Homesteader, Easy Salad Recipes, Edible History, Pies, Savory and Sweet

Weekend Homesteader: October By Anna Hess

By October, homesteaders in most parts of the U.S. are thinking hard about winter. This month’s volume of Weekend Homesteader introduces two different ways to eat fresh produce deep into the cold months — plucking winter squash and sweet potatoes right off the shelf and harvesting leafy greens from under quick hoops. Meanwhile, you’ll take advantage of free mulch and compost going to waste in your neighborhood and will find out whether life at the poverty line is something to be scared of.

Easy Salads Book: Master Salads with 27 Healthy Light Salad Recipes By Amanda Miocic

Even if you are a lousy cook, don’t worry, this Salads recipe book will guide you with illustrated recipes that can’t fail! You will learn how to make delicious and healthy Salad in less than 30 minutes.

1. Warm Potato And Mushroom Salad
2. Fennel And Radish Salad
3. Green Celery Salad
4. Rich Salad
5. Mixed Bean Salad
6. Green Citrus Salad
7. Greek Salad
8. Alternative Greek Salad
9. Potato And Egg Salad
10. Potato And Pea Salad + More

Edible History By Cassandra Cookson

Long before you could buy refined yeast packets in grocery and homebrew stores, people found ways to harvest wild yeast in order to make their bread rise. After all, fluffy bread is tasty bread. You too can make bread just like the ancient Celts, Gauls, and Romans. It’s surprisingly easy and surprisingly tasty. If if you love baking, this is a good way to mix things up while also doing a bit of armchair archaeology.

Pies, Savory and Sweet {Easy Cheap Comfort Eats} By Cynthia Hill Durham

Over 100 pie recipes, ranging from the traditional apple pie to old time favorites such as lemon merinque, peach, and cherry. All sorts of sweet pies, such as gooseberry, mock cherry, chocolate and blackberry.

Features over 40 pie crust recipes, including unique recipes such as cottage cheese, sour cream, and meringue. Finally, dozens of meat pie recipes, guaranteed to get you in and out of the supper kitchen in no time.

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Don’t have a Kindle? No worries. You can have access to this from any pc or mobile device using Amazon’s FREE Kindle application.

*If you see a book you like, snatch it up quick, as the price on Amazon books can change at anytime.  These books were free at the time this post was published.

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  1. says

    I might have to try that Celtic Leaven in the Edible History book. I can’t believe beer was invented before bread! haha (Well yeast-rising bread like we think of as bread today)

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