These fermented sugar snap peas are a great addition to your home preservation plans. When your peas are going off, be sure to make up several jars – you’ll love them.
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.
Beet sauerkraut with red cabbage is an easy recipe to ferment and it’s so good for you. Here’s how to make it at home with garden fresh produce.
Preserving foods using the water bath canning method allows you to create shelf-stable canned goods at home, and it’s perfect for beginners. Here’s how to do it safely.
Vinegar is a key component in making refrigerator pickles and many canning recipes. Choose the proper type for a safe, shelf stable product or for flavoring meals.
This pear butter recipe can be made on the stovetop or in a slow cooker. It’s a safe canning recipe great for adding to the pantry.
For an unusually flavorful way to preserve pumpkin and add probiotics to your diet, try this pumpkin recipe with cardamom seeds for a surprising snack!
This easy fig and ginger jam recipe starts with fresh figs & is sweetened with honey & maple syrup. This fig spread is a snap to make in a slow cooker!
Use sweet summertime nectarines to make up a batch of nectarine jam for your morning toast! Can it using safe methods for a shelf-stable addition to your pantry.
Adding the flavor of cherries to drinks and baked goods is easy when you make up a batch of this sweet cherry syrup.