This recipe is delicious and makes a thick, spreadable jam that goes great with anything! Try it out and see what I mean.
Honey can be used for more than sweetening your tea and making baked goods. It is also a great way to preserve foods with it too. Try this tasty recipes of honey packed peaches. Mmmmm, good.
So you know those people who say,”I’ve never heard of anyone getting botulism from home-canned food. That’s just a scare tactic from the USDA.” Well, you can tell them about Mr. O’Connell, who still hasn’t fully recovered from his bout with unsafely preserved food. In fact, he may never completely recover.
Canning can be done without electricity, and is a great way to preserve foods to be stored long term without the need for refrigeration.
What is on YOUR prepper to-do-list this month?
One of the best things about holidays is getting together with family and having a huge feast. One of the worst things about the holidays is that you probably spent close to a week’s grocery money on that huge feast. If you are of the frugal mindset or on a tight budget, it can be overwhelming to spend all that money for just one meal. Here’s where preppernomics comes in: preserve it!
Canning potatoes is my favorite method of preserving them for the following year. They taste amazing (much better than store bought canned potatoes), and they’re really convenient to heat and eat.
BPA is used in the production of many different kinds of plastic and epoxies, so trying to avoid BPA in the modern world is like trying to avoid water on a life raft.
Today, instead of fighting the Black Friday crowds, spend the day adding things that are frugal and delicious to your pantry.