Jam is the first type of preserve that people think of when they think of canning recipes for beginners, for good reason. Jam is nearly foolproof for beginners because the recipes are quite high in acid, making them very safe, and they frequently call for very few ingredients making them fast and simple to prepare. […]
For the first time on our new homestead, I’ve got too much kale and collard greens to eat fresh. This is amazing considering the deer love greens as much as my family! The abundance is a happy thing, though, because greens are easy to preserve for winter eating. Read more to here to know the […]
Anyone who has spent time on my blog or Facebook page knows that I love to dehydrate. I try to dehydrate about anything and everything. In fact, I recently even dehydrated ALOE VERA. Recently I was having Brussels sprouts with my dinner and it got me to thinking “can you dehydrate Brussels sprouts” and I […]
Wish you knew how to can Cabbage Beef Soup? Well now you do. Learn how you can come in a cold winter evening and open up an already cooked and ready to heat and serve bowl of homemade Cabbage Beef Soup. Not only does a quick bowl of hot soup hit the spot, it is […]
I am in the midst of canning season, and while I was looking through my canning cupboard I realized just how much I have collected over the years. Most of my home canning supplies came from second-hand stores, yard sales or passed down. I enjoy canning so much I would be lost without some of […]
This super simple strawberry jam recipe is the perfect place for a beginning canner to start. Three simple ingredients (no pectin), 10 minutes cooking, and 10 minutes processing in a hot water bath equals capturing the most delicious taste of summer for months to come!