When winter arrives and gardens stop producing, community food security can take a hit. Here are six ways to store produce for the cold months.
Is your harvest out of hand? You can use dehydration to keep these worthy crops in the pantry and on the dinner table well into winter.
With basic canning supplies and a yard full of violets, you can transform a common ‘weed’ into an extra-special batch of violet jelly.
The preservation method of lacto-fermentation gives you a way to enjoy fruit for several weeks without overloading on sugar. Here’s how it works.
The tiny aji charapitas peppers can be intense, but fresh ripe peaches soften that jolt for a jam that’s just right. Here’s how to make it.
The cucamelon is an itty bitty vegetable that looks like a melon and tastes like a zesty cucumber. We get the facts from an avid grower we found on Instagram.