The Good Life - The Good Life Continues, Chapters Five through Ten Summary & Analysis

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The Good Life Continues, Chapters Five through Ten Summary and Analysis

In chapter five, "Winter Storage," the author describes their method of winter storage whereby they leave some of the hardiest plants in the ground into the winter months, mulching as necessary. There is a tendency to have cellars in most home places, sometimes under the house, but the author warns that if the heat source is located in the cellar, it becomes unsuitable for food storage because of the heat. What is stored is periodically examined for signs of rot. Soup stock consisting of tomatoes, onions, celery and parsley is canned as well as some fruits and juices, though the canning is kept to a minimum and is described as simple and casual. Though they care little for electric lighting and other electric gadgets, they find that...

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