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Category Archives: preserving foods
When we think of pumpkins, most of us think of Halloween, jack o lanterns and pumpkin pie. However, there is a lot more to the pumpkin than that. Pumpkins are a type of squash that is native to North America. …Read More...
Recently my wife opened a couple of Mylar bags containing dried apple slices and oxygen absorbers. I packed these in 1999. The dried apple slices were obtained from the LDS cannery. Periodically we open a bag and use them so …Read More...
Things like making hot sauce, may seem like luxuries to some of you. I know people who think that if the country comes apart they will be hiding in the hills eating whatever they can scrounge. Now that maybe true …Read More...
Ok, for those of you that have grown their gardens and it’s dragging on where you have one or two of this or that vegetable. You have had your fill of some vegetables and can’t stand to even look at …Read More...
Yesterday my wife went to visit an elderly friend who has a pear orchard. Because of her age, she is no longer able to maintain it. The trees were loaded with pears. She told my wife to pick all she …Read More...
Recently I have seen quite a few questions on canning bacon. This is something that we have been doing for some time. The recipe that we use is similar to the one in the USDA Home Canning Book that refers …Read More...
Beets are easy to grow and beetroots are easy to preserve. Potassium, magnesium, fiber, phosphorus, iron; vitamins A, B & C; beta-carotene, beta-cyanine; folic acid are but a few of the many nutrients, vitamins and minerals that can be found …Read More...