Learn to dehydrate foods and save money. Dehydrating foods takes none of the nutrients out and helps you use food at their prime.
This hub gives a little history about Homesteaders, what they did with their vegetables, compared to how we preserve our vegetables today.I also have two awesome videos on "How To Dehydrate Your Fruits and Vegetables".
Do you want to learn how to prepare, grill and cook fennel? Here you will find some great recipes and ways to make easy meals using this very healthy vegetable. Try fennel soup, fennel salad and more.
Making and freezing your own fresh fruit juice is easy. Not only is it cheaper than store-bought, it's free from preservatives and additives. Here's how to do it.
Did you know that the avocado fruit has the nickname; "Testis Fruit"? Learn why and get familar with the avocado fruit.
At first glance, an article dedicated to lowering select and useful minerals may seem like nit-picking to the majority of food-lovers. As I write this, Rome's baking thirty-three degree sun is causing me to sweat-out...
Sugared flowers make beautiful, natural and edible cake decorations. Why have sugar flowers when you can have the real thing? Sometimes called candied flowers, crystallized flowers or frosted flowers, sugared flowers...
How to find the setting point in jam making. Finding the setting point is the hardest part of producing your own homemade preserves. The recipe to successful homemade jam and jelly making every time.
Benedictine is a cucumber and cream cheese spread used to make tea sandwiches. Created in Kentucky, it is named for Jennie Benedict, the Louisville caterer who first introduced in the early 1900s.
Afraid you'll lose a finger? How to puncture and crack a coconut safely.