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How to Store Vegetables Through the Winter
March 13, 2019 · · Canning & Kitchen

Add to Favorites The garden has frozen over and your table sits heavy with food. Some food begins to wilt while others shine bright orange in the autumn light. Congratulations: your …

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Tips for Successful Wild Game Meat Processing

Add to Favorites By Thomas Tabor – Wild game meat processing lets you enjoy one of the great benefits of hunting: harvesting meat yourself. If properly processed, in the field as …

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Make Your Freezer Drought-Ready with These Food Preservation Methods
March 13, 2019 · · Canning & Kitchen

Add to Favorites Do you have any of the following in your pantry or kitchen: lettuce, spinach, kale, celery, broccoli, cauliflower, grapes, almonds, strawberries, oranges, walnuts, apricots, dates, figs, kiwi fruit, …

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Dehydrating, Pickling, and Freezing Egg Whites and Yolks

Add to Favorites Eggs are a healthy source of protein around the world, and there are a variety of ways to preserve extra eggs. Look beyond deviled eggs and egg salad sandwiches. …

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Freezing: Food Preservation For Your Garden Greens
March 13, 2019 · · Canning & Kitchen

Add to Favorites Why do we preserve food? All those plantings often provide way more greens than can be eaten at once. To save abundant garden greens for later use, try …

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Food Preservation Examples: A Guide to Food Storage
March 13, 2019 · · Canning & Kitchen

Add to Favorites I tell my friends there are two types of people: preppers and those who laugh at preppers. Why is preparing for a rainy day such a laughable …

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A Tasty Recipe for 3-Bean Salad
March 13, 2019 · · Canning & Kitchen

Add to Favorites My bean plants have been growing splendidly this year, which means I have made my Dilly Bean recipe more times than I can count. When I picked …

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Food Preservation Methods for an Abundant Tomato Harvest
March 13, 2019 · · Canning & Kitchen

Add to Favorites As an herbalist, I’m always thinking of ways to use the abundance of herbs this time of year. Couple that with a huge tomato harvest and it’s …

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Going Organic Saves Me Work

Add to Favorites By Anita B. Stone, The Homesteader’s Bits & Pieces I was a bit skeptical to try organic agriculture because I thought it meant more work for me. But …

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Techniques and Tips for Gardening

Add to Favorites By Anita B. Stone, Photographs by Chris J. Kottyan There are an endless variety of ideas for anyone who gardens and, of course, we all have our …

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A Prescription For Gardening

Add to Favorites By Kay Wolfe While researching the leading health problems of our day— cancer, strokes, heart disease, diabetes, obesity and dementia—they all  have one thing in common: They …

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When Seeds Are Outlawed

Add to Favorites By Abdellah Boudhira, www.facebook.com/abdellahfarmer I am an organic farmer in Agadir, Morocco, nestled just 25 kilometers to the east of the Atlantic Ocean, where the mild climate is conducive to growing year …

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The Secret To Small-Lot Homesteading?

Add to Favorites By Jeremiah Robinson, Madison, Wisconsin You could say that I’m an odd duck. A homesteader and agriculturally-minded Mennonite, I grow a good portion of the food needs for my family—at …

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Foods You Should (And Can) Produce Yourself And Why
March 1, 2019 · · Growing

Add to Favorites By Gail Damerow New outbreaks of illnesses and even deaths (an estimated 9,000 annually) due to food poisoning are constantly reported in the news. Most of these outbreaks …

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Why is Phenology of Plants Important?
March 1, 2019 · · Growing

Add to Favorites By Gail Damerow – I started studying the phenology of plants when I missed out on my fresh asparagus harvest one year. Next to my goat barn is an …

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