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1.99 Fermented Vegetables: Creative Recipes for Fermenting 64 Vegetables & Herbs in Krauts, Kimchis, Brined Pickles, Chutneys, Relishes & Pastes
Fermented foods are a delicious, healthy addition to any diet, including the Paleo diet. They’re full of nutritious bacteria and probiotics that aid in digestion and boost the immune system. A classic preserving method, the laco-fermentation process yield nutrient-dense live foods packed with vitamins, minerals, enzymes — and flavor! — and is easy enough for complete beginners. This guide includes in-depth instruction for making kimchi, sauerkraut, and pickles and then offers more than 120 recipes, using the same basic methods, for fermenting 64 different vegetables and herbs. You’ll discover how easy it is to make dozens of exciting dishes, including pickled Brussels sprouts, curried golden beets, carrot kraut, and pickled green coriander. The recipes are creative, delicious, and healthful, and many of them can be made in small batches — even just a single pint.
Blurb: What a gorgeous book, expertly written by detail-oriented, caring homesteaders. If you are interested in preserving vegetables, following the traditions of many people across the world and throughout history, this is a great read and a useful tool. The mouthwatering combinations and carefully crafted recipes do justice to the art of fermenting vegetables. Even if all you do is get inspired to buy some fermented veggies from your local farmer or store, this book is worth the inspiration. However, if you are looking to undertake the adventure of making your own, the authors provide steady guidance, based on their own experience and success. Bon appetite!
The Tears of Nero (The Halo Group Book 1)
Blurb; From the author of The Maze comes a new novel of spiritual warfare, supernatural mystery, and suspense.
Five strangers on a mysterious island are stalked by a madman who calls himself Nero after the crazed Roman Emperor.
A clandestine society known as the Slaves of Solomon search for an ancient secret hidden on the island.
Rumors abound that one of the angels mentioned in the Book of Revelation is secreted in one of the island’s limestone caves.
Are Nero’s murderous games merely the whimsy of a madman or is there something more at work? Are the Slaves of Solomon striving to protect humankind or destroy it? Is there really an angel on the island somewhere or is that story a cover up used to protect the Slaves of Solomon‘s true purpose?
Come to the island and find out why God allows bad things to happen to good people!
Praise for Jason Brannon’s writing:
“Jason Brannon shows us a place of reckoning and judgments, of creatures that wait to ensnare us. The Maze is a novel of damnation and deliverance, of corridors fortified with death and spirituality. I found a bit of myself in The Maze.” ~ Steven Lloyd, author of The Wooden Box
“From his style, you’d think Jason Brannon was the dark double of Ray Bradbury. He cares more about character and realism than most writers I’ve read and his plots flow like well-orchestrated music. Indeed, Brannon’s writing has a classical feel, reminiscent of the best traditional work in the genre, even when he’s going for gut-wrenching terror and torture in-extremis.” ~ Michael Arnzen, International Horror Guild Award winning author of Grave Markings (Dell Abyss)
“Brannon’s work reminds me of the glory days of The Twilight Zone, when it was in black and white and carried bylines like Beaumont and Matheson. Often surreal, sometimes disturbing and sometimes enlightening, there’s real substance in his tales that few of his contemporaries can match.” ~ Mike Oliveri, Bram Stoker Award winning author of “Deadliest of the Species”
“It is a rare treat to find a modern writer whose work is truly a mirror of the darkest corners of the world we all share. Every one of his haunting stories is infused with clear ideas and startling notions submerged in a straightforward and engaging prose. His visions linger with you long after the book has been closed.” ~ Stephen Susco, screenwriter (The Grudge, The Grudge 2, Pulse, Red)
“Biblical prophecies come to life at your local hardware store? What’s not to like? Winds of Change is a wild ride and then some. Jason Brannon’s characters live and breathe in every story, and his horrors crawl up your spine like an icy finger in the dead of night. I couldn’t turn the pages fast enough!”–James Newman, author of “Midnight Rain” (Leisure Books)
“Jason Brannon’s Winds of Change is the sort of collection that should make it to everyone’s must read list. His prose is deceptively powerful and his stories are the stuff that revives my love of the genre.”–James A. Moore, author of “Serenity Falls” (Jove)
“Jason Brannon’s The Maze has it all; high concept fantasy adventure, vivid descriptions of horrific monsters and torture devices that should make even the most hardcore horror fans quiver in fear, a deeply moving exploration of the motivations of the human heart, and what it takes to transform from a creature that embraces darkness to one that runs to the light.”-Jess Hanna, author of “Adverse Possession”
“This book is a trip. It’s like Edgar Allan Poe meets Lewis Carroll. Surreal nightmares clash with real-world dilemmas in a tale that’s as bleak as it is hopeful. A breath of fresh air in the world of edgy Christian fiction.”-Mark Carver, author of “Black Sun”
Reader Review; Mississippi author Jason Brannon is a young yet widely published writer whose career began with a propensity for writing short stories, published in such anthologies as Puzzles of Flesh, The Machinery of Infinity, and Five Days on the Banks of the Acheron. His novels to date include The Cage, Winds of Change, The Misunderstood and Other Misfit Horrors, The Order of the Bull, and The Maze, some of which have been translated into German by Basilik Verlag, A German Horror and Fantasy publisher. His writing falls into the suspense, mystery, thriller and religion genre, featuring flawed characters trapped in dangerous situations that test and try their faith- a rather strange combination until you have actually read his work.
Brannon has an uncanny ability to open THE TEARS OF NERO, his new novel of spiritual warfare, supernatural mystery, and suspense, with a Prologue that at first seems simply like witnessing the grief of a man whose mother has just died from cancer, despite bringing her to Rome for a `definitive cure’. His character, Kellan, in his grief, stands in the Domus Aurea of Nero, the site of the historic slaughter of Christians, envisions both Nero and a shadowy winged creature who leaves him with a black feather, speaks to him as the voice of his mother, and challenges him to alter his grief to Revenge! From there the book jumps onto an island and Edward holds a note – “Why does God allow bad things to happen to good people?”
signed by `N’. To add to the suspense there are five strangers accompanying him each of whom is being stalked by an insane creature who goes by the names Nero. Brannon tosses in a group called the Slaves of Solomon in search of the answer of an ancient secret that involves one of the significant angels form the Book of Revelation who is said to be sequestered in one of the island’s caves. It is a replay of the atmosphere ledged in the Prologue and the madness of Nero is played out in an extension of biblical controversy versus secular history as to the mission of the Slaves of Solomon. Brannon somehow keeps these strange supernatural chips of horror in place until the books surprising end.
Jason Brannon succeeds where other writers of `religious fiction’ fail in using the biblical sources of fantasy well incorporated into his myths and supernatural subjects. His writing has credibility (not an easy task for a novel of this genre) and that is touched by a natural gift for pacing his well-chosen prose style. He is an author to watch Grady Harp, April 14
Out of the Dust: Story of an Unlikely Missionary
Blurb; “Don’t waste your pain,” says unlikely missionary Avis Goodhart. She didn’t – and neither should you.
Despite a background of childhood abuse, dyslexia, and marital infidelity, Avis took her first international mission trip at age fifty. The church, school, and orphanage she later founded in northern Peru, all products of both her pain and her radical obedience to the Lord, have brought thousands of others out of the dust. This compelling story of an ordinary woman who serves God in extraordinary ways will challenge, inspire, and empower you to:
• Eliminate excuses from your life
• Recognize that in God’s kingdom, availability matters more than ability
• Allow your pain to produce – not prevent – your obedience
• Serve the Lord with the same abandon shown by one unlikely missionary
Note: Proceeds from the sale of this book are sent to the author’s orphanage in Peru.
About the Authors
Avis Goodhart, founder of Go Ye Ministries, is a missionary, Bible teacher, and conference speaker who has blessed audiences across North, South, and Central America. Although she holds a B.S.Ed. and M.Ed. from the University of Arkansas, her primary qualifications include the pain and obstacles she’s encountered along the way. These provide both insight and passion for her work in bringing the lives of countless orphans, volunteers, and others out of the dust. Avis, a widow, has five children and twenty-two grandchildren.
Marti Pieper’s prayer involvement moved her to assist Brent and Deanna Higgins in telling their son’s story in I Would Die for You, which became a young adult bestseller. Marti, who has a B.S.Ed. from Ohio State University and an M.Div. from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, has written multiple books and often teaches at writers’ conferences.
Reader Review; In reading Avis’ story you soon see it is not herself that she seeks to glorify or uplift, it is only the amazing, healing, restoring God she serves that she gives honor and praise too. Through her story she encourages the reader to look beyond the current circumstances of their situation and see how God is working through them. I encourage everyone to read Out of the Dust but not to stop with just that action. Once you have read Avis’s story honestly ask God to show you what He is asking you to do, then jump in with both feet and allow God to write HIS story on your life.
Hudson Taylor, John Bunyan and, William Carey: their Lives and why they Matter
Just 32 pages.
Blurb; Learn the secrets to the lives of these great men. Not only will you discover what they did, but you will see how even our own time has been affected by the impact of these men of the faith.
– Learn how John Bunyan went from fixing pot and pans to writing the best selling book of history outside of the Bible: the Pilgrim’s Progress
– Learn about William Carey and how he became the most accomplished linguist of his time
– Discover the secret to Hudson Taylor’s spiritual life and the success of the China Inland Mission. You will see how thousands of missionaries were supported on prayer alone
The God Who Sees You: Look to Him When You Feel Discouraged, Forgotten, or Invisible
Reader Review; For every heart that needs to be lifted, for every soul that needs to be healed, for every mind that needs to be reminded of how God really loves and really sees us. Tammy – it was not just informative, it was transformational and may God bless you for being you and for sharing such a beautiful message with the world. Every once in the while I read a book and say, “I’d love to sit down with this author, have a cup of tea and say, and what about this part of your book, tell me more . . .” Every page touched my heart, and made me thirst for more. I was almost sad when I finished reading “The God Who Sees You”, but I’ll return time and again and I am sure God will send me another message with each reading. I’ll be transformed to someone a little more courageous, closer to God, kinder, more truthful and less fearful
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