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.
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.
Pack some dried apples in your lunch or take them on the trail for a healthy snack. Dehydrating apples while they’re in season & enjoy them all year long.
Learn proper canning storage techniques in order to make sure that your home-canned goods remain safe to preserve the quality of the food and prevent loss.
This zucchini relish recipe is sweet & somewhat tangy & great on burgers. It’s one of our favorite ways to preserve summer squash for the winter pantry.
If you’re a novice at food preservation, these easy canning recipes are a good place to start. They all use a simple water bath method.
This easy to make savory-sweet caramelized onion jam recipe is a great way to preserve onions. It’s divine on toasted baguettes with goat cheese. Or pizza.
These fermented carrots have an extra pop of flavor, making them a great addition to coleslaw, pasta salad, and your favorite sandwich. Plus? Probiotics!