This book is called STOCKING UP: How to Preserve the Foods You Grow Naturally. by the editors of Organic Gardening and Farming. I actually bought this book a couple of months ago at a flea market for $2.00 but I am just now getting around to reading some of it. This book tells you several different ways to store anything you raise on the homestead. All your garden vegetables, to meats and eggs, milk and nuts. Has lots of recipes in it for such stuff as ice cream, cheeses, sausage, butter and for many other foods you grow. This book has over 500 pages in it with all kinds of Tables for measurements to vitamins to storage life. If your serious about homesteading then this book should be in your private library. Example: Storing eggs in freezer. Add 1 tablespoon of salt or honey to each cup of whole eggs. Mix the eggs up and pour 3 tablespoons of egg mixture into each seperate compartment of the ice trays and freeze. Each compartment will equal 1 egg. After frozen empty ice tray into freezer bags for storage. The salt or honey is to keep the egg yolk stabelized to avoid pastey appearence. The book also tells you how to store the egg whites or the yolks seperately. This is one of the best books I have come across for the homestead.