Introducing… A Year in an Off Grid Kitchen!

I’ve been quiet on this blog for the past few months, because I’ve been working on something very big…

I’ve been busy creating a cookbook that teaches the kitchen skills that are most important on a homestead, as well as a huge amount of adaptable everyday homestead recipes.

When the the panic buying, empty shelves, and restrictive rations hit earlier this year, it was not a problem for my family, because we knew these skills, and knew how to feed ourselves without the supermarket system. With the help of this book, you can learn these skills too.

I’ve created a Kickstarter in order to pre-sell enough copies to cover the printing costs. Running a Kickstarter means we can cut out the middleman, so I’m able to offer you a better price than the future retail one, while also being able to offer extra ebooks and other goodies.

Here’s the link to the Kickstarter: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/706848724/real-food-cookbook-a-year-in-an-off-grid-kitchen?ref=b91p7r

There’s also an earlybird offer of extra stuff for people who back the Kickstarter in the first 48 hours, including the best natural home cleaning book I’ve read, plus documentaries on rocket ovens, hugelkultur, and more. You can find out more about the earlybird offer here: https://permies.com/t/151135/Earlybird-bundle-Grid-Kitchen-Kickstarter

One thought on “Introducing… A Year in an Off Grid Kitchen!

  1. Ashley Adamant says:

    Hey Kate,

    So excited you’re putting out another book! Just backed it on kickstarter, and shared it on facebook. I really hope you make your minimum to make it happen.

    If you need/want any other help promoting it, let me know.

    -Ashley at Practical Self Reliance

    On Thu, Nov 12, 2020 at 4:58 PM The Nourishing Hearthfire wrote:

    > thenourishinghearthfire posted: ” I’ve been quiet on this blog for the > past few months, because I’ve been working on something very big… I’ve been > busy creating a cookbook that teaches the kitchen skills that are most > important on a homestead, as well as a huge amount of adaptable” >

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