I’ll share with you my favorite way to marinade venison to make delicious deer jerky. You’ll love how simple and easy it is!
Freezing strawberries is a great way to quickly preserve an abundant harvest to enjoy for months ahead!
Here’s how to use your crawl space as a root cellar for storing carrots long term, how to store them and how long you can expect them to last.
Freezing, dehydrating, canning- so many ways to preserve cherries! You can also use the seeds for many things… just don’t eat them!
Here’s how to know when it’s the right time to harvest your carrots, how to harvest them properly, and what to do with them to keep them fresh longer. Plus, an experiment in cellaring them in a cool crawl space under the house.
I’ve kept my store-bought ginger root fresh for months with this very simple method- no refrigeration necessary!
Waxed cheese can last for years without refrigeration. Here’s how my first waxing experiment went.
Here’s a great way to preserve fresh zucchini to make delicious quick breads at your convenience.
Here’s an easy way to preserve a fresh head of cabbage by freezing it to use year round!
Here’s how to keep sliced apples and pears from turning brown before placing them in the freezer.
When crunching noises are coming from your closet, you know that’s a BAAAAAD sign.
Here’s a great way to keep your tomatoes until you have enough to can!
Have an abundance of collards, mustard, turnip, and other mixed greens? Here are three great ways to preserve the harvest: Freezing, Canning, and Dehydrating!
Did you know that you can freeze cooked noodles?
My girl Shaye from The Elliott Homestead shares how to lacto-ferment vegetables for long term storage. Very cool.
Drying carrots isn’t as tricky as it may sound, and they take up MUCH less room than fresh or canned carrots! Here’s how it’s done…