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Recipes for Preserving Fruits, Vegetables + Herbs

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Preserving fruits,vegetables and herbs is a great way to enjoy the harvests throughout the year

You can preserve by dehydrating, canning, freezing, fermentation or even air drying. This post is a round up of preserving posts from Family Food Garden. I will continue to add recipes as time goes on.

Preserving fruits, vegetables and herbs

Recipes for Preserving Fruit

Preserving fruit is often by freezing or making jam. You can also dehydrate fruit, although I haven’t done much of that yet. Here are the fruit preserving recipes I’ve made so far, including a couple of fruit wine recipes.

Peaches

Plums

Elderberries


Tomato Salsa Recipe for Canning

Preserving Vegetables

One thing to keep in mind when canning vegetables is that many are low acid and need to be pressure canned. With tomatoes you can add citric acid or vinegar in the case of salsa. There are some great preserving books that will guide you along with that!

Preserving vegetables

How to preserve basil by freezing

Preserve Herbs & Flowers


Do you have any favorite way or recipes to preserve the harvest?

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