Tag: Preserve

Preserve

Articles at Homestead Lady tagged with “Preserve” will include those on the topics of canning, dehydrating and any other method of preserving foods and even herbs.  These DIY tips, How-to’s and helps are meant to assist you as you build your home storage, prevent waste and loss on the homestead and generally learn to be come even more self-sufficient.

Caramel Applesauce l A whole foods twist on a classic snack food l Food preservation at its finest l Homestead Lady (.com)

Caramel Applesauce for Canning

If you’re an applesauce fan, you have got to try this simple caramel applesauce for a tasty twist on a classic snack.  This recipe is safe for canning so that you can enjoy it all year round!

Caramel Applesauce l A whole foods twist on a classic snack food l Food preservation at its finest l Homestead Lady (.com)

 

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Gvetch, a Russian caponata l This vegetable relish is a great way to preserve your eggplant l Homestead Lady (.com)

Canning Eggplant with Gvetch

Are you an eggplant lover looking for a way to can this delectable veggie?  Here I share one of my favorite Russian relishes, gvetch. Making home canned  gvetch is a great way to get your eggplant preserved to enjoy year round.Gvetch, a Russian caponata l This vegetable relish is a great way to preserve your eggplant l Homestead Lady (.com) Continue reading “Canning Eggplant with Gvetch”

Canning Jars and Other Newbie Canning Tips l Learn to home can with confidence l Homestead Lady (.com)

Canning Jars and Other Newbie Canning Tips

Canning Jars and Other Newbie Canning Tips l Learn to home can with confidence l Homestead Lady (.com)Are you a new canner and need all the advice you can get?  Worried about which canning jars to use and which lids are the best?  From canning jars to equipment to recipes, here’s a great round up of newbie canning information.  Continue reading “Canning Jars and Other Newbie Canning Tips”

Violet Gelatin l Forage for violets and make this herbal flower snack l Plus many other flower recipes l Homestead Lady (.com)

Violet Gelatin and Other Flower Foods

If you don’t have the time to make violet jelly, but really want that lovely, sweet flavor of violets try this simple recipe for violet gelatin.  Using nourishing, healthy bone gelatin and fresh violets from the spring garden, you can throw together this flower food snack for after school or anytime.  Plus, we have a wonderful round-up of other edible flowers and different ways to prepare them.  Violet Gelatin l Forage for violets and make this herbal flower snack l Plus many other flower recipes l Homestead Lady (.com) Continue reading “Violet Gelatin and Other Flower Foods”

Homesteading Books for Beginners Recommendations l Homestead Lady (.com)

Homesteading Books: Beginning Basics

Homesteading Books for Beginners Recommendations l Homestead Lady (.com)Ready to start homesteading but don’t know where to begin?  Are you a city kid like me and have to learn all your homesteading skills from scratch?  I am genuinely excited to share these homesteading titles with you as you begin your journey towards self-sufficiency.  Books are among my greatest, most effective homestead mentors.  Even after homesteading for a number of years, I’m still collecting great books. Continue reading “Homesteading Books: Beginning Basics”

The Art of Natural Cheesemaking l Fresh milk, real cultures, DIY cheese making and other cultured products l Homestead Lady.com

The Art of Natural Cheesemaking – A Review

The Art of Natural Cheesemaking l Fresh milk, real cultures, DIY cheese making and other cultured products l Homestead Lady.comAre you interested in learning to make cheese?  Are you trying to keep your homemade cheeses as healthy as possible but aren’t sure where to start?  Let The Art of Natural Cheesemaking lend you a hand.

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Healthier 72 Hour Kit and Backpacking Food l Includes a Review of Valley Food Storage l Homestead Lady (.com)

Healthier 72 Hour Kit and Backpacking Food

Healthier 72 Hour Kit and Backpacking Food l Includes a Review of Valley Food Storage l Homestead Lady (.com)I am constantly on the prowl for 72 hour kit and backpacking food that’s healthy or, at least, healthier.   Here are a few ideas for healthify your hiking and backpacking foods, as well as your 72 hour kit food preps. Continue reading “Healthier 72 Hour Kit and Backpacking Food”

Use Your Solar Oven as a Food Dehydrator to Make Apple Chips l Preserve food with your solar oven l Homestead Lady (.com)

Solar Oven Food Dehydrator: Making Apple Chips

Use your solar oven as a food dehydrator to make apple chips. Food dehydrators can be noisy and cost money to operate. Use your silent solar oven as a free-to-use food dehydrator and save money preserving the apple harvest.  Plus, you can do small batches all throughout the year to always have healthy snacks on hand.Solar Oven Dehydrated Apple Chips l Preserve food with your solar oven l Homestead Lady (.com) Continue reading “Solar Oven Food Dehydrator: Making Apple Chips”

Forsythia Dandelion Jelly with Real Vanilla l Edible Flowers l Homestead Lady.com

Edible Flowers – Forsythia Dandelion Jelly

Forsythia Dandelion Jelly with Real Vanilla l Edible Flowers l Homestead Lady.comHere’s our recipe for freshly foraged forsythia and dandelion jelly with real vanilla and honey.  It tastes like spring! Continue reading “Edible Flowers – Forsythia Dandelion Jelly”