Food Dehydration 101: Drying Fruits and Vegetables - The Seasonal Homestead
Dehydration is a method of food preservation which works by removing the moisture in food. When you remove that moisture, the microorganisms like mold can’t grow and break it down. The result is a shelf stable product that doesn’t spoil for many years. When dehydrated, packed, and stored properly, fruits have a shelf life of 5 years and vegetables have an 8-10 year shelf life. More information on shelf life HERE.
Dehydration is an easy and a great food preservation method for your stockpile. You'd be amazed at all of the fruits, veggies and other foods you can dehydrate. #homesteading #foodpreservation #dehydration
Whether you’re an experienced prepper, new prepper, or not even into prepping, you’ve probably heard that some people dehydrate foods. Maybe you know why it’s important to know which foods you can dehydrate and you’ve
11 Potential Water Bath Canning Problems and Solutions
No matter if you are a beginner at home preservation or been doing it for a while. There are always potential problems that can occur. Prepare for solutions to water bath canning problems and how to fix them.
The hardest work of the gardening season is over, and you’re bringing in your potato harvest. Or maybe you've visited your local farmers' market and got a little carried away buying farm fresh potatoes. Nights