Ready to learn pressure canning but not sure where to start? Here’s a list of some basic, essential supplies to start preserving with a pressure canner!
A rural power outage can take a while to fix, so get (and stay) ready for electricity failure down the line with these tips for staying comfy when the farm goes dark.
In this excerpt from the second edition of “Homemade for Sale,” authors John Ivanko and Lisa Kivirist speak with canning expert Renee Pottle.
Your pressure canner can help you produce tons of delicious, shelf-stable cans of chicken (or other poultry) for easy storage of meat.
Germaine and Michelle Miller from the Buffalo-based urban farm tell us about overcoming soil issues and taking control of your own food supply.
Spring has sprung, and soon our gardens will yield tons of good stuff. So get ready to preserve your harvest with these basic water bath canning supplies.
If you can’t grow enough food to fill your pantry for winter, turn to a market or farm and purchase fresh produce in bulk quantities for preserving.