In today’s show I had the privilege to enjoy Teri Page’s company once again of Homestead-Honey.com. We spoke about the additions of her root cellar to her homestead and her new book Creating Your Off-Grid Homestead:Radical Inspiration and Practical Advice.
To rely on your garden to feed your family year around, consider growing crops that can be stored in a cool basement or root cellar without dehydrating, freezing, or canning. Visit Grow a Good Life at the link below to see 9 Keeper Crops to Grow for Winter Food Storage:
How do you store vegetables throughout the winter? Here are some of the tips we give our farmers’ market customers for how to keep things at home.
Potatoes are a staple crop in the garden. They are easy to grow, store well through the winter, and provide a nutritious addition to most of our meals. Whether you grow your own storing potatoes or purchase in bulk from farm stands, click the link below for 5 Steps to Storing Potatoes for Winter: