Here are the best upright and chest freezers for extra storage in your garage.
The following article will show you how to harvest, blanch, freeze, and store swiss chard so you can eat this nutrient-rich leaf year round! This article contains a step-by-step guide with pictures and nutritional...
Of all the vegetables I can each year, tomatoes have to be my favorite. My instructions are easy to follow, and the photos will help you, too... you're going to love having jars of tomatoes you canned yourself.
Many people are afraid to try to preserve vegetables because they think it is difficult or for fear of making someone ill with botulism. But if you follow sound canning procedures you can succeed!
You can freeze all kinds of peppers -- and it's really easy to do. I've frozen bell peppers, jalapenos, banana peppers, habaneros, little Thai peppers, and sweet peppers. Here's how to do it.
Photos and text show you how to dry sliced or shredded zucchini or summer squashes for use later. Almost anything for which you can use fresh zucchini, you can also use dried zucchini.
People have been preserving food in different ways for centuries. No matter the reason why you want to do it today, this guide will give you a basic insight on five methods of food preservation.
Dried rhubarb can be used in granola, as a snack, or reconstituted for use in baking or other recipes. Extend the rhubarb season by drying some out of your patch.
Photos and text show step-by-step how to prepare and can (preserve) wild plums in a sweet-spicy syrup - a wonderful treat.
Making the most of your home-grown tomatoes: a guide to cooking and preserving tomatoes for use all year round, with some useful recipes.