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Freeze Dried and Dehydrated Foods

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

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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.
Winter Mostarda

Winter Fruit Mostarda

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This Italian inspired recipe is the ultimate homemade condiment, perfect for serving alongside chicken and other meats.
Walnut Butter Recipe

California Walnut Butter

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Walnut butter is easy to make, and offers a variety of convenient applications. California Walnut Butter Spread on crostini and garnish with a slice of fruit or fresh herbs for an elegant appetizer, or use...
Relish Recipe

Pickled Ginger Onion Relish

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At America’s restaurants, you may have noticed more appetizers and entrees draped with pickled onions in the last couple of years. You may have been adventurous enough to try them, learning how their tartness...
Home Canning

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

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You can make delicious old-fashioned sauerkraut using nothing but organic cabbage and sea salt. I find a simple dish consisting of two ingredients to be very refreshing in a world filled with foods that...
Salsa

Watermelon, Black Bean and Corn Salsa

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A yummy salsa that can also be a great side dish for a picnic. Extend it even further by serving over shredded iceberg lettuce. Watermelon, Black Bean and Corn Salsa Servings Makes 12 - 18 servings. ...
Freezer Facts - Learn Facts, Tips and Tricks About Freezing Your Food

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

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As someone who is passionate about food, your primary concern should be to find fresh, quality ingredients that allow you to cook delicious, healthy meals. Freezing can be a great way to improve the...
Buttermilk

Freezing Buttermilk

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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...
Baked Apple Chips

Baked Apple Chips

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Apples contain dietary fiber, as well as a variety of phytochemicals, such as quercetin, being studied for its anti-inflammatory properties. Baked Apple Chips Makes 8 servings. Per Serving: 60 calories, 0 g total fat, 17 g...
Freezing Herbs

Freezing Herbs – Create Bouquet Garni Paste for Fresh Flavor

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As an avid gardener of herbs, I'm always looking for ways to prolong my enjoyment of the uses and functionality of the herbs growing in my gardens and cooking with herbs is one of...
Pumpkin Puree

How to Make Pumpkin Puree

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Each year, eighty percent of the pumpkins grown in the USA are harvested in October. Commercially canned puree is probably the most familiar edible form of this popular autumn produce, however the mild, slightly...
Food Storage

The Best Ways to Store Fresh Fruits and Vegetables

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Maintaining a home garden is the best way to provide yourself and your family with fresh, delicious, healthy fruits and vegetables. But if your fresh produce gets withered and brown when you store it,...
Trail Mix

Toasted Coconut Trail Mix Bites

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Trail mix is a year-round favourite that can be a great source of protein and heart-healthy fats. “Whip up a batch of these bite-size fruit and nut treats to keep in your fridge for...
Freezing Fish

Freezing Fish

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Try to freeze fish as quickly as possible after catching, as they deteriorate rapidly. Before freezing, prepare fish as for cooking. Fish can be frozen whole, filleted or cut into steaks. Whole fish should be...
Freezing Vegetables

Freezing Vegetables

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Provided vegetables are treated properly, they will freeze particularly well, retaining more flavor and goodness than by preserving in any other method. Learn the four basic rules dealt with this section and you cannot...