Survival foods must be stored properly for them to have nutritional value when we need them. How can we keep them safe and what are the important foods we need to store?
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.
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.
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.
Pictures and text show you step-by-step how to can apples for many dessert and snack uses, using a boiling waterbath or steam canner.
The key to success in canning food at home is knowing which foods are safe to preserve and which are not. Choosing the wrong method and using improper techniques can be deadly.
After working at a cupcake shop, I can tell you there are hundreds, if not thousands of things that can happen to those beautiful, precious little confectionary treats, and that not all cupcake containers are created equal. What follows is a guide to the best and worst cupcake containers, as well...
These recipes I learned from my mother and grandmother. I have included Mom's Favorite Spaghetti Sauce, and Tomato Salsa recipes and how we canned them. The memories are as rich as the recipes.
Foodstuffs can be produced, processed or prepared in the home on a small scale. This is only possible if the requirements of the modern consumer can be met - that the foods will keep safe for a sufficient length of time. Most food is only available...
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 information for swiss chard. The guide can also be used for spinach and kale.