Preserving food at home is one of the best things you can do for your family and health. Home food preservation cuts your grocery bill, increases your self-reliance, and fills your pantry with home cooked food.
Knowing how to safely preserve food at home is important. No matter where you live, you can preserve food at home in your kitchen.
If you're just beginning one of the easiest places to get started is with water bath canning. Learning how to make homemade jams and jellies at home will help you preserve your fruits without the tons of sugar store bought versions hold. Most of my jam and jelly recipes are low sugar variations and without store bought pectin, keeping your cost low.
How to Make Homemade Jams and Jellies Like a Pro
Pie Filling Recipe
How to Can Apricots (with low or no sugar)
How to Can Pears + Spiced Pear Recipe
How to Can Sweet and Spicy Plum Sauce
How to Can Rhubarb
How to Can Pickled Asparagus (best pickles ever)
Canning 101 Water Bath vs Pressure
How to use a Pressure Canner and can green beans
How to pressure can shelled beans
How to can tomato sauce (water bath instructions, too)
How to Pressure Can Like a Pro
How to make homemade organic raw apple cider vinegar
How to make old-fashioned salt-brine fermented pickles
How to dehydrate fruit & time saving tips