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looks good and i got it so i can have meals ready and keep my sodium levels down
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: worldofbooksinc
Does Not Meet Expectations and Content Does Not Reflect in the Title :(
I purchased this book after seeing an ad for it in my Mary Janes Farm magazine. The title "Meals in a Jar, Just Add Water" is misleading as very few refer to making them in a jar or are simple just add water recipes. Also a few of the items shown on the cover I was interested in were not even recipes or included in the book, guessing maybe stock photos were used. This is more for a survivalist, canner who stores, etc., not simple meals in a jar that appear as you can gift them as pictured. Very disappointed with the book. :(
Meals in a Jar
Since I do quite a bit of canning I wanted to find ways of having meals already prepared in a jar and to just be able to warm the food and the meal is ready without having to prepare the meal. Its already done. I've always liked short cuts to preparing meals. I thought the price was reasonable and I have intensions od making good use of the cookbook.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: new | Sold by: big_river_books
Title says it all
This is a good way for people to have a stand-by food pantry. It takes a bit of prep and it makes a lot of meals, for some the initial $ investment may seem high but when you average it out it isn't. You have control over the ingredients and you don't have the processed and unhealthy ingredients so prevalent in most boxed food. My Grandmother was way ahead of her time, as she had jars of premixed staples she could take down and add meat and liquid to make a meal without worrying about having all the ingredients.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: pre-owned | Sold by: thrift.books
Good Buy to learn more about easy food preparation.
Very interesting read...a good way to learn how to store food....Thanks much for the fast shipment!
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