Review: 'Forgotten Skills' book for 21st century pioneers

There are few things that compare to the gastronomic and spiritual delight of eating fresh from one’s own garden. That seems an easily obtained pleasure in the long days of summer, but how about in the middle of February?

Utah author Caleb Warnock’s new treasure-packed tome, “The Forgotten Skills of Self-Sufficiency used by the Mormon Pioneers” (Cedar Fort, $16.99) shows how to savor delicacies like winter lettuce, spinach and carrots grown in your own garden even on the coldest winter’s day.

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