While home food preservation is not difficult, there are some things to know. Get started with an understanding of the necessary canning equipment. From canning jars and lids to water bath canners and pressure canners, here’s what you need to know to safely preserve your garden harvest at home.
Growing stevia is a way to produce some of your own natural sweetener. Plus, it’s a pretty addition to your herb garden, calorie free, and easy to grow.
If you haven’t tried roasted okra yet, you’re missing out! A lower carb alternative to French fries, you will devour this crispy & healthy baked okra!
Try your hand at growing lettuce indoors! Eat fresh salad greens year round by adopting the idea of growing an inside garden. Perfect for city folks!
This homemade kahlua recipe starts with freshly brewed coffee instead of instant granules. It’s great for gift giving or simply indulging yourself.
Making ricotta cheese is easy! With only three ingredients, this recipe for homemade ricotta cheese is simple to tackle at home. It’s a great way to use milk that’s nearing its “use by” date, too.
Harvesting basil to ensure a continuous source of flavorful leaves from your garden all summer long is easy! Here’s how to pick basil leaves and use this tasty herb in recipes.
Need a last minute gift that you can put together in a hurry? Try this soup mix in a jar! Layer in the ingredients and tie on a recipe card and you’re done!
Lasagna gardening is an easy way to get started with no-till growing. Sheet mulching with materials you have on hand makes for a budget-friendly garden.