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Recipe – Water Bath Canning “Pasta Sauce”

  Preserving Method: Water Bath Canning Makes about 7 (16 oz) pints or 3 (32 oz) quarts Full Recipe YOU WILL NEED 20 lb tomatoes (about 60 medium) 1 cup...

Farming as a Way of Life

  I was a bored, pregnant newlywed 40 miles from civilization with not enough money to drive to activities in town. That’s how it all started. Not...

How to Can Chicken Chipotle Taco Meat

We love chicken chipotle tacos and this is pretty versatile since you can use chicken or turkey raw or cooked. I like to do this...

Recipe – Black Walnut Chutney

Fall heralds in the cool, crisp air, pumpkin-spiced everything, and the unsung hero – the black walnut. While black walnuts have a strong, bitter...

Recipe – Canning Tomatillos

Canning tomatillos at home is a quick and easy way to preserve whole tomatillos for use all year long.  Most tomatillo recipes start by...

Recipe – Strawberry Jam and Canning Tips

This super simple strawberry jam recipe is the perfect place for a beginning canner to start. Three simple ingredients (no pectin), 10 minutes cooking,...

Recipe – Dark Cherry Mulberry Jam

Are you growing or foraging mulberries and need a great mulberry jam recipe?  Well, here you go!  This mulberry jam recipe mixes fresh mulberries...

How to Preserve and Store the Harvest

Canning, Preserving and Storing the Harvest When we consider canning, preserving and storing the harvest, keeping food safe for later is the goal. Whether we...

How Do You Know if a Canning Recipe is Safe

How do you know if a canning recipe is safe? Or what do you do when someone isn’t following canning safety? Is there a...

Recipe – Homemade Applesauce for Canning or Fresh Eating

This homemade applesauce recipe is the one I have been making since I was a child. It’s easy.   So many people look at me in...

Hurricane Preparedness for Tech Gear

  It is hurricane season in the United States (until November 30th!), and while most of us think about things like batteries, canned foods, and...