Homemade stock is simple to make. With a pressure canner, you can easily make it a ready-to-use shelf stable pantry item. Canning chicken stock or turkey stock means that you’ll be able to get meals ready in a hurry using real, homemade ingredients. Plus? It’s like free food!
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.
This simple salsa recipe is a good “beginner” recipe for home canning. Canning salsa is one of our favorite ways to preserve the summer tomato bounty.
Get started with fermenting today! It’s easy, and fermented foods are great for your gut. These fermented foods recipes are a great place to start.
My family loves this kimchi recipe. It’s spicy and crunchy and salty. Kimchi is a great side dish for those nights you don’t have time to make a salad.
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.
Peeling tomatoes isn’t always necessary for recipes, but when you need to know how to peel tomatoes, you’re going to want an easy method. Here it is!
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.
This easy fig jam recipe starts with fresh figs and is sweetened with honey, maple syrup, and a surprise ingredient. You may want to double the batch!