What better way to celebrate the coming of a new season than preserving it.
Many believed canning to be a lost art, but it’s starting to make a comeback. Read more about the many benefits to canning and how to start creating your own personalized food pantry.
Now that barbecue season is quickly approaching, I thought I’d share this new take on the traditional bbq sauce and kick things up a notch.
Sauerkraut cannot get any simpler than this folks! Learn more about which vegetables are best to ferment and the health benefits it provides.
Water bath canning is one of the easiest canning techniques used to create a balanced preparedness pantry. Here’s what you need to know! As an added bonus, some beginner recipes are also provided.
This is a great recipe for cooking pears and contains an aromatic mixture of ground spices and vanilla that will make the whole house smell wonderful.
This delicious jelly will make a wonderful homemade gift for the holidays or can be a great way to spice up the traditional holiday meal.
Jalapeños are the epitome of summer. Here are 8 recipes that will blow your socks off!
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.
It’s easy to make an intensely fruity jam with absolutely no added pectin!
When sterilizing jars for canning, you have options! Learn about the five sterilization methods you can use in canning foods.
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!
There is nothing like freshly picked sun kissed berries. This recipe for raspberry jam is delicious and has a touch of vanilla to intensify the flavors. Happy Jammin’!
Canning can be done without electricity, and is a great way to preserve foods to be stored long term without the need for refrigeration.
This recipe is delicious and makes a thick, spreadable jam that goes great with anything! Try it out and see what I mean.
They do the killing, we help with the processing, and we split the meat. It’s a great deal for all involved. Except for the deer, maybe.
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.
We’re all taking strides to live a more self sustainable lifestyle and preserving our food is part of that. This easy canning recipe for green beans will help you start canning with ease.
Canning pumpkin is a great way to add more nutrition to your food pantry. Here is a step-by-step guide to properly canning pumpkin.
The next time you find yourself coming down with the flu, settle yourself into your favorite chair and indulge in the influenza sorbet – because you deserve it.
These fudgy treats are the best paleo and gluten-free brownies ever! Best of all, they are guilt free. Enjoy!
Homemade yogurt is easy to make, but there are a few tricks to learn before hand. Use this cheat sheet and the recipe to make delicious, probiotic-filled yogurt.
Although I may be grazing the surface with its uses, here a 17 ways a prepper can use the humble 2-liter soda bottle.
Gathering supplies is one of the hallmarks of the modern prepper and survivalist. We are going to suggest a few that have dual roles: for barter (primary) and for use (secondary).
You likely already keep a supply of basics like vegetables, fruits, meats, poultry, and grains in your freezer. However, there some items that can be frozen that might surprise you.
Starting a supply of food does not have to be a budget breaker. Think like a squirrel gathering a little bit at a time. Start with a short term supply and then compliment that with a longer term supply of food. Comparative shopping at the large volume supermarkets...
Peasant food, while simple and frugal, has been around for centuries – in every culture around the world. Using fresh roots, herbs, and foods available to them, households would whip up a soup the family could feast on for days. But why is this simple meal so nutritious?
Get smart about how to use foods in your preparedness pantry, and learn these nifty tricks on how to fill up our stomachs at the same time.
All the stored food in the world will do no good if you have no way to heat your food. Learn more about these alternative cooking sources to use during an emergency.
Here are 10 mouthwatering waterfowl recipes to use the next time you have a plethora of duck meat.