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Hobby Farms May 21
You're hens are probably laying a pretty good pace by now, but egg-laying season lasts only so long. Here are ways to preserve your eggs before season's end so you can enjoy them in the cold-weather months.
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Kim @ HomesteadAcres May 17
Wondering what lilac jelly tastes like? It has a mildly floral taste is lovely to on toast, biscuits, or even with crackers and cheese.
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Food Safety May 18
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Farm Fairy Crafts May 18
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MU Nutrition & Health Extension May 14
The latest bimonthly issue of "Preserve It Fresh, Preserve it Safe" is posted! Get tips on preserving edible pea pods and many more.
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Amazon Deals & Favorites May 19
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Primal Survivor May 21
Best Pressure Canners Plus Buying Guide, Instructions & Tips
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Kim @ HomesteadAcres May 21
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Kim @ HomesteadAcres May 18
Yummy old fashioned jam! I just can't make enough of this for my family. Click here for the recipe.
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Pauline Williams, PhD, MPA, RDN, CD May 15
Be safe when canning foods at home. Electric pressure cooker don’t reach high enough temps especially at higher altitudes.
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Jessica Levinson May 19
Preserve fresh herbs right in your freezer with these tips from
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Food_Technology May 18
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Primal Survivor May 21
Water Bath Canning Instructions & Safety Tips
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Preserving My Sanity Apr 9
A few days ago, I made turkey burgers with caramelized onions, Havarti cheese, baby greens, sautéed eggplant, and blueberry mustard. Mustard is one of my favorite things to can, check it out here:
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Food Microbiology 2019 Apr 22
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arnie schlissel Jan 28
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Carol Verheecke-Vaessen Jan 28
Media are finally spreading the news about this case. Would you eat a 5 days old with ? on is the key. cereus Food Poisoning.
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Veso Farms Dec 18
Answer: YOUR FRIDGE! Yes of course! Reducing the temperature of most foods significantly slows down bacterial activity which might have otherwise caused spoilage. You can easily get 3 weeks of storage in prime condition from the day of drying! 😉
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Usemeinthekitchen.com Apr 22
South Korea now recycles over 95 percent of its food waste. It used to recycle less than 2 percent. That's amazing news for us and our planet!
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