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When raising backyard chickens, there are periods of abundance and times of scarcity in egg supply. Learn how to preserve eggs so you can use your backyard eggs all yearlong.
What meat preservation methods can you use to sustain your hunt or protein harvest? There are many options. What you choose depends on your resources.
Canning green beans grown in your own garden is easy. They are a winter staple because they’re easy to grow, easy to can, and go well with nearly any meal.
Low-acid foods must be processed at a temperature that is hotter than boiling water. Compared to water bath canning or steam canning, which processes jars at 212ºF, a pressure canner
At our house, mustard pickles are called senfgurken (senf being the German word for mustard and gurken are cucumbers). Our old fashioned mustard pickles recipe is an old German recipe.
Steam canners have been around since at least the early 1900s, but for many years the United States Department of Agriculture maintained that steam canning is unsafe. Last year, the
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