Food Preservation Archives - Page 4 of 9 - Melissa K. Norris

Category Archives for "Food Preservation"

Sep 10

How to Can Pears + Spiced Pear Canning Recipe

By Melissa Norris | Canning Recipes , Food Preservation , Food Preservation - Canning , Fruit, Jam and Jelly , Recipes , Water Bath

Two jars of canned pears with two pears and three cinnamon sticks sitting on a wooden surface. Text overlay says,

Learn how to can pears the easy way for delicious fruit all year long that’s high on flavor with the options of cinnamon and ginger. You’ll want to do several variations and best part, no peeling involved. Okay, well technically, no peeling with a knife involved and you can peel a whole bunch of pears at […]

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Aug 12

Is Home Canning Really Worth it? Does it Save Money to Can at Home?

By Melissa Norris | Food Preservation , Food Preservation - Canning , Frugal Living , Homestead-Life , Podcast

Does canning food at home really save you money? Home canning is a wonderful old-fashioned tradition. Many people remember their grandma or great-grandma canning and want to learn how to can, but they wonder, is it really worth it. There’s several things we have to consider, for one, you have to compare things realistically and […]

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Sep 20

5 Reasons Dehydrated Food is a Preparedness Must & 5 Tips for Dehydrating at Home

By Melissa Norris | Dehydrating , Food Preservation , Homestead-Life , Preparedness/Survival

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Dehydrating food is an excellent way to preserve your food, build your own pantry, cut down on your food bill, and up your preparedness level. In fact, dehydrating could be called the prepper and survivalists top food preservation mode.   Benefits of Dehydrated Food for Storage Removing the moisture from food allows it to store […]

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