Tag Archive: Fruits

Simple Instructions for Water Bath Canning Fruits & Vegetables

Simple Instructions for Water Bath Canning Fruits & Vegetables Water bath canning is the process most people use to can fruits, vegetables, jams, jellies, and pickles at home. Unfortunately, the canners rarely come with directions, and the instructions in many canning books can be complicated and hard to follow. Home canning is a safe, economical way …

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How to Plant a Perennial Food Garden – 20 Fruits & Veggies That Will Keep Coming Back Year After Year

How to Plant a Perennial Food Garden –  20 Fruits & Veggies That Will Keep Coming Back Year After Year There are many perennials crops that are known and loved by gardeners everywhere, including these common ones: raspberries, blueberries and other berry bushes, rhubarb, kale and horseradish. But there are actually hundreds of perennial fruits and vegetables that will grow in …

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11 Secrets To Properly Freezing Fruits & Vegetables

11 Secrets To Properly Freezing Fruits & Vegetables Buying items when they are in season and freezing them will save on your groceries when those foods are no longer growing. With this fantastic post you’ll find out everything from how to prepare your food for the freezer to how to store it properly. Gabrielle over at …

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What Vegetables & Fruits To Plant In October

What Vegetables & Fruits To Plant In October You may have seen the other articles like this one earlier on in the year. They always do well because people don’t know you can grow this late in the year. Obviously if you don’t live in a warmer climate or own a greenhouse your choices are very …

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Ultimate Guide to Canning Fruits

Ultimate Guide to Canning Fruits There are two basic types of canners: ‘water bath’ for high acid foods like jams, fruit and tomatoes, and ‘pressure canners’ for low acid foods like most vegetables, meat and fish. Canning fruits is the easiest and possibly most rewarding way to begin learning how to home can. Since fruit is …

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