Zucchini Bread and Butter Pickles

Zucchini Bread and Butter Pickles

Did you know that you can make pickles from zucchini? Their texture makes them similar to cucumbers. Zucchini soak up flavors, so these pickles are delicious. Zucchini bread and butter pickles are my favorite. Zucchini plants produce way too many squashes usually. It seems like you can only make so much zucchini bread, fried zucchini,Read more

Canning Healthy Chicken Broth: Simple Instructions

*This ad contains affiliate links that come at no extra costs for you. Chicken broth has dozens of nutritional benefits. Instead of purchasing cartons and cans from the store, learn how to can chicken broth at home! We often make batches of chicken broth for soups. I try to make homemade chicken and dumplings atRead more

Canning Green Beans: Raw Pack Method

Canning Green Beans

We are in the middle of prime green bean season, where our plants are overflowing. Canning green beans allow you to put them up for casseroles and easy side dishes later in the year. Canning green beans are different than canning jams and jellies. You will need a pressure canner; a water bath canner cannotRead more

7 Dangerous Canning Mistakes You Are Making

*This post contains affiliate links that come at no additional cost for you. Each day, I see articles floating around encouraging dangerous canning mistakes that could cause someone to get sick. If you happen to make one of these mistakes, you might regret it. Canning is fun and exciting. There is something so refreshing andRead more

6 Homesteading Skills that Save You Money

When the homesteading whim hits you, there is a chance you won’t be in the prime location for it. Perhaps you are stuck in an apartment in a large city. Or, you might live in the country but are lacking the financial means to create a homestead. That’s ok! You can practice homesteading skills ANYWHERE.Read more