Learn how to can and preserve your produce and you can enjoy your garden year-round! This salsa canning recipe from LulutheBaker.com is a great way to save some of the produce you’ve grown throughout the summer. Click-in to read more.
Did you know that tomatoes are one of the easiest crops to grow for long-term storage? They require very little preparation and take up very little storage space. Click-in to learn how to preserve them with our step-by-step tutorial.
How to Can, Freeze & Store Your Fall Harvest
Enjoy your garden vegetables year-round with our fall harvest tips! Canning, freezing and storing your produce is a great way to make sure nothing in your garden goes to waste. Click-in to read more.
How to Preserve Herbs in Oil
Cook with fresh herbs all year round by preserving them! This technique from The Pioneer Woman uses olive oil, which adds plenty of flavor as well as keeps your herbs fresh for long periods of time. Grab a few ice cube trays and you’re ready to go.
How to Freeze Fresh Herbs in Olive Oil
Freezing fresh herbs in olive oil? Olive oil never sounded better. The best part? It only takes 15 minutes! Diethood has a step-by-step process that’s simple to master. Click in to learn how.
How to Freeze Fresh Chives
Freeze now, enjoy later. Click in to learn the best way to freeze fresh chives, courtesy of Om Nom Ally.
How to Preserve Fresh Basil in Salt
Did you know you can preserve basil — as well as other fresh herbs — in salt? Click in for more details as Melissa Norris shares various methods for preserving herbs in salt for long-term use.
Dehydrate and store tomatoes from your garden or the market to enjoy year-round. Click in for directions on how to use a dehydrator to preserve tomatoes and how to reconstitute them before cooking. Try on a pizza as a topping or blend up for sauce!
Canning Salsa at Home to Stock Your Pantry
It’s salsa time! Learn from Attainable Sustainable how to preserve not only your garden-fresh tomatoes, but peppers and onions from your garden, too! Her recipe yields 7–9 pints, which is enough to use for chips and salsa, chili and other Mexican dishes!
Freezing Herbs And Other Methods Of Preserving Herbs
Want to preserve your herbs for later use in the winter months? Gardening Advice.net shares how to freeze, dry and marinate herbs, as well as which herbs are best suited for each method.