Preserving food is a fun and economical way to make fresh foods available year-round. There’s no better way to capture the fresh harvest flavors than by sealing them in a jar or drying them to enhance our often drab winter recipes. By preserving our food, we get to re-taste flavor we saved long ago. Learn how to preserve your seasonal glut of fruit and veggies here.
One of the things I love about having a garden is the harvest in the fall. One of my favorite things that we get from our garden is zucchini. Mere words cannot express how much our family loves zucchini! As it gets later in the fall, if I have surplus zucchini (and let’s face it if you have a garden, you HAVE surplus zucchini!), I always preserve it---CLICK THROUGH TO LEARN HOW TO PRESERVE YOUR ZUCCHINI!
Dehydrating Food: Food Preservation for Total Novices
Dehydrating food is easy, economical, and lets you enjoy the bounties of your summer garden all year round! Never tried dehydrating food before? Here’s what you need to know to get started. Click to read more or pin to save for later.
Canning Recipes: 60 Most Popular Guides to Preserve Your Fruits, Vegetables, and Meats