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Author: Caleb Warnock
Publisher: Hobble Creek Press
“Learn about self-seeding vegetables, build raised beds in your garden, collect water from rain and snow, find wild vegetables for everyday eating, and even make your own laundry soap,” the inside flap cover states in Caleb Warnock’s book, More Forgotten Skills of Self-Sufficiency.
At one hundred and eighty-four pages, this paperback targets individuals who want to be self-sufficient by eating off the land and surviving on their own. As a second book in the series, this has additional tips and techniques for living more efficiently.
Covering twenty-one chapters, the book starts out promoting learning to be a self-reliant family, not a prepared one. Recalling war rationing during 1942, victory gardens were established, but times have changed if America has to be reliant on its citizens.
With pictures of food and flowers blended with grandchildren and…
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