Rochester Post-Bulletin: There's a new, simpler way to can preserves

By Holly Ebel
Rochester Post-Bulletin

Dooley_Savory coverIf you know someone who likes to preserve fruits, berries and vegetables, there's a new book that puts a new spin on the process.

"Savory Sweet: Simple Preserves from a Northern Kitchen," by Beth Dooley and Mette Nielsen, introduces us to another way of preserving, not at all the way your grandmother saved summer's bounty.

Forget about sterilized jars and lids, or adding pectin, no hot-water bath either. The authors describe it as "preserving the northern way."

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