Homeschool Mosaics: Preserving Food For Winter
Today I am over on Homeschool Mosaics talking about Preserving Food for the Winter.
"Summer is a busy time here on our homestead. The garden is going full swing and my counters and refrigerator are full of produce. It is also the in season for all other local produce we don’t grow ourselves. In our home, we don’t view the garden as only a hobby or as a way to eat fresh and save money during the growing season, we view it as a way to feed our family the whole year long.
So what can you do to save the summer’s bounty for winter consumption?
There are many ways to preserve food, but I am going to touch on 3 of the main ones: Canning, Freezing and Dehydrating. Using these 3 methods you can save virtually all of your in-season produce for eating in those cold, winter months..."
You can read the rest of the article over on Homeschool Mosaics today!
Posted by Sarah at 9:08 AM