More than just good for adding flavor to culinary dishes, there’s a wild history of herbs and spices you should know about. Read on to learn more.
Tired of your homemade cookies going bad? We’ve rounded up 10 simple ways on how to increase the shelf life of cookies…because a wasted cookie is a sad thing.
Looking to cut down on kitchen waste? If you’re deciding between a linen vs. cotton bread bag, we’ve outlined key differences between the two fabrics.
Have a craving for chutney? Here’s a roundup of 10 canned chutney recipes plus safe canning tips to ensure your chutney stays shelf stable for as long as possible.
If you have pints of fresh blueberries but are short on time, freeze them first, and can them later! We’ll show you tips and tricks on canning frozen blueberries.
Freezing winter squash is one of the best ways to preserve this nutritious member of the gourd family. Read on for handy tips!
Ginger tastes great but spoils quickly. Learn how to freeze fresh ginger root to extend shelf life and ensure you never run out if this culinary powerhouse.
If you live at a high altitude, you’ll need to make some adjustments when canning. We’ve made a handy canning altitude chart to help you out.
If you’re eyeing that jar of food suspiciously, you may be wondering how long does it take for botulism to grow in canned food? Here’s what you need to know.
Find out which jar sizes are best to use and when with our handy canning jar size chart. Different jar sizes are best suited for certain types of food.
If you’ve ever wondered, what is the pickling process all about, here’s everything you need to know to understanding the science behind pickling.
The burning question of the day is, does pickling destroy nutrients? Find out what you need to know about this method of food preservation.
Learn more about the role of acidity and how pH for canning help to keep your food safe. We’ve created a handy pH table of common foods too!
Learn more about which vinegar is best for pickling, and why. Read up on different types of vinegar, and why acidity is vital to safe home pickling.
If you have a jar of pickled eggs in your refrigerator, here’s some useful information on how long will pickled eggs keep and how to avoid botulism.
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