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Survive the Winter Blues: Save 25 – 60% Off

There is no denying it: the days are shorter and unless you planned for a winter garden, fresh vegetables from your backyard have long passed.

But don’t let the winter get you down. There are plenty of recipes to last you through the cold season and into the ‘hungry gap’.

Winter Sale: 25 – 60% Off Selected Titles Until February 15th

We’ve shared a few easy, DIY recipes: from growing your own sprouts, a new take on flank steak, fermenting, baking, and of course day dreaming (and planning) for spring.

For next year, don’t limit your harvest to summer months. Dive into Four Season Harvest [1] and The Winter Harvest Handbook [2] so you can grow cold-hardy winter crops through the most biting cold. Happy reading (and eating) from your friends at Chelsea Green Publishing.

Discount codes do not combine with other offers—our books already on sale for example. Free shipping for orders $100 or more is applied after the discount is applied. (U.S. Orders Only). 

Sprouts: Breath Life back into Winter
Is your root cellar down to potatoes and onions? Fear not – growing sprouts is one of the simplest things you can do to breathe life into the deprivations of winter. Grow it »» [3]  
The Gourmet Butcher’s Pig in a Flanket
  Looking for a new take on the flank steak? Let master butcher Cole Ward guide you with this easy and tasty recipe. Make it »» [4]  

Chop, Salt, Pack, Wait: Four Simple Steps to Making the Best Sauerkraut on Earth
Four easy steps are all you need to turn veggies into a long-lasting, tangy condiment perfect to serve alongside sausage or eggs. So go ahead, make friends with the microbes in your life. Make it »» [5]  

Sweet Desserts: Cinnamon Spiral

Warm up your kitchen this winter with this sweet temptation. This isn’t just any bread – the crumb is firm and reminiscent of pound cake, while the crust is soft.

Cinnamon Spiral is comfort food with style.  Bake it »» [6]


Start Seedlings in a Cold Frame
Are you ready to get a start on the gardening season? With a cold frame you can jump in now. Farmer Eliot Coleman is the master of growing vegetables year-round, and he has some simple guidelines for using cold frames to start seedlings right. Build it »» [7]

~ ~ Winter Savings: 25% Off  ~ ~
Gourmet Butcher's Guide (Coming in Jan) [8]Retail $49.95 Sale: $37.46 The Resilient Farm and Homestead [9] Retail $40.00 Sale: $30.00 From the Wood-Fired Oven [10] Retail $44.95 Sale: $33.71 The Sugarmaker's Companion [11] Retail $39.95 Sale $29.96 The New Cider Maker's Handbook [12]Retail $44.95 Sale $33.71

~ ~ Winter Deeper Savings: 40% Off ~ ~

The Winter Harvest Handbook [2] Retail $29.95 Sale: $17.97

Wild Fermentation [13] Retail $25.00 Sale: $15.00 Wild Flavors Cover [14] Retail $24.95 Sale: $14.97 The Grafter's Handbook [15] Retail $40.00 Sale: $24.00

Four-Season Harvest [1] Retail $24.95 Sale: $14.97

Gaia's Garden, 2nd Edition [16] Retail $29.95 Sale: $17.97 The Resilient Gardener Cover [17] Retail $29.95 Sale: $17.97 Slow Gardening [18] Retail $29.95 Sale: $17.97
~ ~ Need More? Clearance Selection: 60% Off  ~ ~
Chasing Chiles [19] Retail $17.95 Sale: $7.18 Home Baked [20] Retail $39.95 Sale: $15.98 Growing Healthy Vagetable Crops [21] Retail $12.95 Sale: $5.18 Sharing the Harvest [22] Retail $35.00 Sale: $14.00 Full Moon Feast [23] Retail $25.00
Sale: $10.00

Discount codes do not combine with other offers—our books
already on sale for example. Free shipping for orders $100 or
more is applied after the discount is applied. (U.S. Orders Only)
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