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August: the month of canning

August was so packed with activity that it came and went very quickly. During the month we took a road trip to visit with family in PA, picked blueberries and blackberries, harvested and canned a number of vegetables, and dehydrated a large number of herbs and root veggies. 173 more words

Life In NH

Drying Sunflower Seeds

We grew sunflowers in with the corn this year. Not many came up, but we got six or seven big ones. I took one of them home and worked on drying the seeds for a snack. 126 more words

Why start small!!

Ok so my food dehydrator and food saver finally showed up!  I can’t even begin to tell you how excited I was when I finally got to open the boxes!  468 more words


Apples! Apples!

As the trees change colors and leaves start to fall from the trees I am getting ready for my apple trees to start ripen and to be picked.   419 more words


Coconut, carrot, date, and sesame seed "cookies" - Go Raw clone recipe

My go to field snack is always granola bars, so last summer I was trying to mix things up and I discovered these delicious Go Raw cookies. 414 more words


Slow Food Preservation Advisors

We are proud to announce the creation of the first ever Slow Food Preservation Advisors group, which will now be operating under the Slow Food Los Angeles umbrella.

Saving Summer with The Sound

I recently had the pleasure of talking about preserving with Leslie Modica for The Sound — for tips on where to start with canning, freezing, dehydrating and fermenting the season’s bounty, you can read the whole article here: http://soundnh.com/saving-summer/.