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Dill Pickled Eggs

This dill pickled egg recipe is a great way to store eggs for up to 4 months in the refrigerator. It also tastes great! Eat as is, or chop up to make a dill egg salad.

Frequently Asked Questions About Blanching

Blanching which is a popular technique is now widely used in the kitchen as a cooking method. Maybe you are a little confused and have some questions about blanching.

How to Freeze and Use Frozen Broccoli

Freezing broccoli will enable you to have this delicious vegetable on the table long after the season has ended.

Freeze Dried and Dehydrated Foods: Which Is The Better Method for Long Term Survival Food Storage

Everyone is different, and each person has their own personal tastes and preferences. With that in mind, there are a few things to consider before making a decision between freeze-dried or dehydrated food.

California Walnut Butter

Walnut butter is easy to make. Spread on crostini and garnish with a slice of fruit or fresh herbs for an elegant appetizer, or use it as a dip for crisp vegetables for a quick snack.

Pickled Ginger Onion Relish

Pickled onions are great make-ahead options for garnishing your meats, adding to salads or sandwiches. While healthier for you, you’ll not be giving up the flavor.

Old Fashioned Sauerkraut Made Easily with The Help of a Food Processor

You can make delicious old-fashioned sauerkraut using nothing but organic cabbage and sea salt.

Watermelon, Black Bean and Corn Salsa

A yummy salsa that can also be a great side dish for a picnic. Extend it even further by serving over shredded iceberg lettuce.

Freezer Facts – Learn Facts, Tips and Tricks About Freezing Your Food

Learn about freezing, what can be frozen, what can't, facts, tricks, tips, and advice for proper freezing. Start freezing food today! It's a great way to preserve it and keep it fresh for a long time.

Freezing Buttermilk

If you find yourself in the situation where you have excess buttermilk because a recipe called for only a few tablespoons or even a cup full and now you have plenty of leftovers and don't want to throw it out, a solution is to freeze it. Yes, you can freeze buttermilk! You can freeze it several different ways.

Baked Apple Chips

A healthy alternative to chips.

Freezing Herbs – Create Bouquet Garni Paste for Fresh Flavor

I've found that freezing herbs is an outstanding method to preserve flavor, fragrance and colour.
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