Category Archives: Food Preservation
By Angela | Published: May 9, 2012
The kiddoes are picking mulberries off our tree in the back garden. They got about a quart with more to ripen soon. I’m trying to post a photo from my phone. Crossing my fingers that the wordpress app will work this time.
By Angela | Published: February 26, 2011
I save a bundle on my food budget by preserving garden or low-cost purchased produce. Proper preservation prevents vitamin loss and spoilage. The three basic types of food preservation are drying, canning, and freezing. Some foods (like apples, onions, potatoes, and winter squash) can also be preserved for a few months in their fresh state in [...]
By Angela Coffman | Published: August 1, 2009
Freezing sweet corn is fast and easy and preserves it’s fresh home-grown taste. The corn I will be showing is sugar and cream corn grown by my dad in his city garden. They were blessed this year with very healthy corn that gave 4 ears per stalk. That’s pretty rare in these parts. 1. Shuck the [...]