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Sea Buckthorn Bounty: Recipes is available at Amazon or from my store!

In Sea Buckthorn Bounty: Recipes, you’ll find over fifty original, tested recipes using sea buckthorn berries and leaves, including desserts, beverages, condiments, mains, sides, breakfast dishes, and preserves. Many selections are gluten-free, dairy-free, vegan, and vegetarian. If you have ever asked the question, “What on earth do I do with sea buckthorn berries?” – this is the book for you!

Get your copy of the e-book on Amazon:

Sea Buckthorn Bounty: Recipes (Canada)

Sea Buckthorn Bounty: Recipes (United States)

Sea Buckthorn Bounty: Recipes (United Kingdom) 

Also available worldwide – check your country’s Amazon website.

*Don’t have a Kindle?  No worries!  You can download the free Kindle software to your PC, tablet, or other device and get reading right away.

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Little Leaves:  Intensive Gardening Goes Micro is available at Amazon! 

Little Leaves brings a practical and accessible approach to the concept of micro-gardening, comprehensively covering everything readers need to know about growing 50 varieties of microgreens using sustainable, environmentally-friendly techniques. Detailed chapters dig deeply into topics such as seeds, containers, light, water, nutrition, planting media, and cultural practices, including organic troubleshooting for pests and diseases. For anyone uncertain what to do with a (literal) handful of vegetable or herb leaves once they’ve been harvested, there is a selection of tasty recipes and suggestions for using microgreens in cooking.

Get your copy of the e-book here: 

Little Leaves (Canada)

Little Leaves (United States)

Little Leaves (United Kingdom)

Also available worldwide – check your country’s Amazon website.

*Don’t have a Kindle?  No worries!  You can download the free Kindle software to your PC, tablet, or other device and get reading right away.

8 thoughts on “Store.

  1. Best wishes on your e-book initiative, Sheryl. Knowing your passion for horticulture, I am confident recipients will benefit from your wisdom. All the best.

  2. I am so happy for you Sheryl, and very impressed at how well you have been doing with your writing! It is great to see this and to actually SEE YOUR WORK IN “Print”! Wow! Keep it up! Would I ever be able to order those books online as an actual book and not an EBook or go into a place like Indigo/Chapters/Coles and buy it there?

  3. Hi Sheryl,

    I have been reading about how Himilayan sea buckthorn is a very good source of Omega 7 fatty acid, the many benefits of which have been recently discovered.
    Do you have any idea if the plants around Calgary are that variety? Your jelly may full off Omega 7.

    Jerry Reglin

    • Hi, Jerry! Thanks so much for your comment – I am pleased that you found one of my blog posts about sea buckthorn. Just like the species in Asia and Europe, the sea buckthorn plants around Calgary also have a high omega 7 content, in addition to being very high in vitamin C – I guess there’s a good reason they call the berries a superfruit! A very useful and healthy plant. 🙂

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