Whether you have a garden abundance or support your local farmers market, there are a number of food preservation methods that will allow you to store food to last through the winter. There’s nothing better than pulling a jar of fresh applesauce out of the panty in the middle of a cold winter. It’s like summer in a jar. And tomato sauce from the garden? So much better than the store bought stuff.

But canning isn’t the only way to preserve food for long-term storage. In addition to water bath and pressure canning, dehydrating fruits and vegetables, fermentation, and freezing are other methods to try. Start with the food preservation method that seems most doable to you. Soon you’ll have a pantry full of produce to enjoy in the off-season.

Easy Tangerine Marmalade Recipe

Your favorite morning fruit spread just got better! This easy tangerine marmalade recipe can be made with or without the zest.

Seedless Tamarillo Jam for Sweet Flavor

This tamarillo jam recipe is an unexpected use for this unusual fruit. You’ll be surprised at the sweet flavor and how delicious it is on your morning toast. 

Is Canning in an Instant Pot Safe?

If you’re tackling home food preservation, it’s critical to know what’s safe and what’s not. Is Instant Pot canning too good to be true?