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Farmstead Feast: Spring

Farmstead Feast: SpringFirst of all, I owe a huge thank-you to everyone who read and reviewed my first cookbook so quickly! Your kind words then make it cost effective now to list the second book in the series free for one day only. So nab Farmstead Feast: Spring while it's hot...and if you have a minute to write a review after you're done reading, then chances are I'll give you the next book in the series free too.

(I hope that doesn't count as bribery. I like to think of the technique as more like the teacher who promises the whole class a pizza party if no one is absent for an entire month.)

Not sure if my cookbook is worth your time? You'll find another
dozen-plus recipes inside that are easy and delicious to fix using homegrown ingredients, so Farmstead Feast: Spring should hit the spot. As a bonus, I've included a step-by-step guide to harvesting dandelions and to taking maple syrup from tree to table, along with a quick primer on planting for a 12-month harvest. So hopefully everyone will find something to love in this short book!

On a related note, I'm well aware that cookbooks are a bit annoying to use in ereader form. So I've created a print version of Farmstead Feast: Winter, and marked the print price down to the bare minimum Amazon would allow --- $3.99. There will be a print edition of Farmstead Feast: Spring coming down the pipe soon, too, so stay tuned!

Finally, if you're not sure whether Farmstead Feast: Winter is worth keeping on your shelf, come back to Amazon tomorrow and the first ebook in the series will be free for a limited time as well. I hope that helps you round out your cookbook collection. And, as always, thanks for reading!

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About us: Anna Hess and Mark Hamilton spent over a decade living self-sufficiently in the mountains of Virginia before moving north to start over from scratch in the foothills of Ohio. They've experimented with permaculture, no-till gardening, trailersteading, home-based microbusinesses and much more, writing about their adventures in both blogs and books.

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I do not have a kindle!! Drat...
Comment by Alice Mon Apr 13 07:32:44 2015
Alice --- You can read all of my ebooks in your web browser or on just about any device with these free apps. I hope that helps!
Comment by anna Mon Apr 13 07:45:21 2015
Amazon has a free Kindle for PC that you can download for free. Works on non-Apple tablets too!
Comment by NaYan Mon Apr 13 08:14:55 2015
I have "Kindle for Mac" on my laptop, and that's where I download the books. I love asparagus, and I'm impressed that you've already had a spring salad, so I'm looking forward to reading this book. I'm glad I looked at my calendar before going to bed - almost missed my chance today!
Comment by Rhonda from Baddeck Mon Apr 13 23:18:47 2015

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