Episode 139: Being a Cookbook Writer with Pickling Expert Julie Laing

Episode 139: Being a Cookbook Writer with Pickling Expert Julie Laing

Welcome to another episode of the podcast. Today I feature an interview with Julie Laing. Julie has been a writer and editor for more than 25 years and is the creator of Twice as Tasty, a food blog focused on eating well year-round. Julie was raised in a family that loved books and homemade food, so cookbooks have always been part of her life. She won her first canning cookbook at the county fair when she was 14 and when her grandmother passed at 104, she inherited her well-loved 1930 edition of the “Fruit and Flower Mission Cookbook.” Last year, to cap this all off she published her first cookbook, “The Complete Guide to Pickling.” In today’s episode we talk about Julie’s journey as a writer and published cookbook author as well as her tips on how to start pickling and preserving your own food.

Listen to Episode 139 below:

Things We Mention In This Episode:

Julie’s blog Twice as Tasty

The Complete Guide to Pickling

Fruit and Flower Mission Cook Book

Linda Ziedrich Joy of Pickling

Sandor Katz Wild Fermentation

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