As someone who grew up learning the art and science of home canning from my mother, I was both delighted and a little amused to read today's Wall Street Journal's article, Putting up Produce: Yes You Can. It comes complete with a slide show on canning pickles. Canning was once considered to be the hallmark of an unsophisticated rural society; consumers rushed to purchase commercially processed foods; and many wondered whether grandma's secrets of canning would be lost forever. Now, the benefits and the enjoyment of home processed produce has resurged and of all things, is captured in the Wall Street Journal.
Thursday, October 15, 2009
Agricultural Law Essentials
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