Try this tamarillo recipe for ketchup! It’s a great substitute for your favorite store bought brand if you’re harvesting lots of tamarillos.
If you’ve never thought about preserving radishes from the garden, this recipe for lacto fermented radishes with turnips might change your mind.
Did you know you can replicate canned food at home? Or make your own freeze dried snacks from fresh fruit? Check out these food preservation methods & eat well!
Are you ready to dive into fermentation? It’s an easy way to preserve fresh produce, but the process can sound a bit intimidating (it’s not!).
When cauliflower is in season, consider making pickled cauliflower using the lacto-fermentation method to preserve it. These fermented cauliflower florets are tasty and crunchy and packed with probiotics. Plus? There’s no cooking involved and it’s *easy.
Pressure canning can seem intimidating when you are just learning to preserve food at home. These tips will help you confidently use your pressure canner.
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.
Why buy a jar of pickled jalapeños at the grocery store when you can make a home-made batch with peppers plucked from plants on your patio?
This hot pepper relish is the perfect way to preserve the spicy goodness of just about any kind of pepper — mild or fiery.