Food preservation can help you save money and eat well all year by stocking up your pantry. Learn all about preserving food including: canning mistakes…
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Never worry again about another harvest going to waste because you and your family couldn't eat all of it before it went bad. This simple food preservation technique will show you exactly how to freeze pumpkin so it will last all the way until next season or longer.
If you have found yourself with a lot of extra ginger from your garden that is going to spoil soon, you're in luck. You can keep it from going bad by learning one of the best food preservation techniques around. Learn how to freeze ginger and never have to throw any of it out again!
Rhubarb is not widely available all year around. Which means, when you have it, you need to make sure it lasts until next season. One of our favorite food preservation techniques is to freeze our crops. Can you freeze rhubarb or will the cold ruin it?
Who doesn't love some nice fresh cherries? Since we love them so much, obviously our chickens will too. Right? Not so fast! Before tossing them a handful, first ask, can chickens eat cherries or will this snack time have a tragic ending.
If you have an herb garden you may have looked up alternative uses for cilantro and some of the other plants to use around the house and homestead. But before you start trying out any homemade or homeopathic techniques, you should make sure your chickens and other animals can actually eat cilantro safely.
Did you know you can actually freeze lettuce to it stays good for much longer than it normally will in the fridge? It's easy too. Just follow this eaasy guide to learn how to freeze lettuce and master this food preservation technique.
Never worry again about another harvest going to waste because you and your family couldn't eat all of it before it went bad. This simple food preservation technique will show you exactly how to freeze okra so it will last all the way until next season or longer.
With the New Year almost here and St. Patrick's Day around the corner, a lot of folks are going to have their fill of corned beef and cabbage. But did you know that if you managed to make too much, you can preserve it, cabbage included, for the better part of a year? Follow along and find out how easy it is.