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Fruit leather

Fruit leather is an easy way to use up leftover fruit and to preserve a sweet bit of summer! You can use almost any fruit, and it doesn’t require any special equipment. 270 more words

Dried Fruit

achocha!

It started with a wee pip, about the size of a melon seed. Which then grew and grew and pretty well took over the greenhouse. Achocha ‘Fat Baby’. 66 more words

Allotment

blackberry & apple fruit leather

An old fashioned way of preserving fruit; basically just make a thick puree and then dry it in a thin layer on baking parchment in a very low oven (bottom of the Aga). 62 more words

Allotment

Fruits of Summer

June has me craving garden sweets. Rhubarb has been gracing my table for weeks; now strawberries are reddening to join it. In warmer areas, you’re probably anticipating blackberries, blueberries, and tart cherries before the month is out. 1,242 more words

Freezing

Scott's Latest Obsession

To say that eating healthy in a world where food manufacturers routinely put non-food ingredients such as wood filler in parmesan cheese is a gross understatement (go ahead, Google it). 702 more words

Everything

Dehydrated Fruit "Rollup"

Today I made the most AMAZING dehydrated fruit snack! Some call it fruit roll up and some call it fruit leather. Whatever you choose to call it, it is extremely easy and comes out MUCH tastier than anything you could buy in-store. 677 more words

Vegan

Preserving the sunshine

It’s funny how quickly your view about the weather can change. Last year I would have said that anything below zero Celsius was too cold for me to venture out for long and a good reason to jump into the car for the school run (ok, I pretty much drove all of the time, no matter what the temperature was). 668 more words

Preserving