Tepache is a breeze to make at home and it’s a delicious and refreshing beverage. Plus? It uses the part of the pineapple that most people throw away!
Have you ever thought about fermenting sweet potatoes as a way to preserve them? Use this ferment as an addition to a potato salad or to top a burger.
This pineapple jalapeño jam recipe with jalapeños is sweet and savory. Serve this jam as a topping for fish or chicken, or paired with cream cheese on crackers.
These pickled green beans are a great way to preserve a summer harvest for the winter pantry. They’re crisp, delicious, and perfect for snacking (or Bloody Marys).
Even if you don’t have ripe grapes on hand, you can whip up a batch of jelly. This grape jelly recipe can be made even in the winter with this little trick.
Give some of these canning recipes a try to preserve your summertime abundance. They’re a great way to utilize local crops to stock your real food pantry.
This chocolate zucchini bread – more like chocolate zucchini CAKE — is an absolute treat! Nobody will ever guess that garden fresh zucchini is the secret ingredient.
These delicious easy to make pumpkin banana muffins are a great grab-n-go breakfast, perfect for celebrating Fall and pumpkin spice season in a healthy way!
Preserve your fresh produce — make these yummy refrigerator dilly beans. They’re easy to make, and these dilly green beans don’t require a water bath.