If you keep up a regular schedule of organizing your pantry, the major job you just completed won’t have to be done again for months.
Here are some easy ways to extend the shelf life of your fruits and vegetables, and to prevent them from turning brown before you can eat them.
If you have a harvest of apples and pears from your garden every year, it is possible to store the surplus through the winter months just by following a few simple guidelines.
How to make a free root cellar for organic fruit and vegetables in any home. No electricity or cellar is needed. A discarded freezer becomes an asset in the sustainable low maintenance organic garden.
We’ve had many people ask us what they need in order to store wheat for long periods of time. There are so many options when it comes to the long term storage of wheat – how can you know what you really need and what is a waste of money? The good news is that wheat itself is built to keep for a very long time!
How long can you keep leftover turkey? How long can you keep leftovers in the fridge? Here are the vital ‘need to knows’ when it comes to keeping leftovers foods safe.
Bananas have a comparatively short life expectancy, here’ how to keep the fresh longer.
In order to reap the full benefits of this delicious and healthy food it is important that you understand how to keep broccoli fresh.
If you want to avoid wasting vegetables and keep them crisp and full of flavor there are many things you can do, here are a few suggestions.
You may be surprised at the number of ways there are to keep apple slices from turning brown, all are quite simple, but there is only one way to keep apples from browning that requires no effort at all!
Storing your fruit properly will not only extend their life, but they will stay at their peak of nutrition and taste better.
Remember that safe food storage will allow you to eat healthier and get more enjoyment out of your foods, while at the same time saving money!
There are five basic meat types, each one requiring special storage techniques. They are cooked, frozen, fresh, cured and canned meat.
Trying to keep dairy fresh is notoriously hard to do, but there are ways to extend the shelf life of dairy and most other foods. The following are some suggestions.
There are many natural ways to keep food fresh, whether it be fruits, vegetables, fish, meat, poultry, grains, eggs, bread, milk or even cheeses.