A good intro to preserving from Eatocracy
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Editor’s Note: Sherri Brooks Vinton is the author of “Put ‘em Up!” and “Put ‘em Up! Fruit.” When she’s not at the stove, she’s on the road teaching fellow eaters how to find, cook and preserve local, seasonal, farm friendly food. To find out more, visit sherribrooksvinton.com.
“That was so EASY!”
It’s the number one comment I hear at the end of my food preservation classes. Canning, fermenting, drying — there are a lot of ways to preserve your own food at home and the techniques are much simpler than you think. Getting started is probably the hardest part; the process is simple and the equipment needs are, in most cases, minimal.
So if you’ve been thinking about putting up a little something…
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