Escape the City Volume One

Travis Corcoran
Escape the City is the perfect guide for people who live in the city or suburbs and want to move to the country. This is the "missing manual" that tells you absolutely everything you need to know on thousands of topics that you never even realized existed. Whether you're interested in shopping for a used tractor, starting garden seeds in a grow tent, logging your own trees, planting a berry patch, breeding sheep, arranging for firewood delivery, making ten gallons of hearty soup from a pig skeleton, installing solar electric power, or fighting invasive species, Escape the City has the information you need.

There are endless books on gardening, farming, and homesteading.

Why this book?
Other books don’t have sufficient breadth. EtC covers absolutely everything related to living in the country.
Other books have blind spots about the basic stuff. EtC explains the "obvious" stuff: the difference between straw and hay, and between discing, plowing and rototilling.
Other books don't spell out the details. EtC has checklists, choices for different budgets, and step by step instructions.
Escape the City explains all of the basics - everything from buying a tractor to fertilizing gardens - and concludes with dozens of recipes for farm-to-table dishes like Apple Pie with lard crust, Maple Creme Brulee, Pork Stock, Duck Leg Confit, Pork and Pumpkin Soup, Lamb Chops, and even a Whole Pig Roast.
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