By Paul Rutkovsky
Canning or fermenting your garden-fresh fruits and vegetables is a relatively simple way to be sure of what you and your family are eating. If you grow or purchase organic produce, canning will allow you to easily store the food for a minimum of a year and know your meals are chemical free. With a greater interest in locally grown produce and field-fed animals, there’s also been a revival of fermentation over the last decade or so.
How to start? Many begin with purchasing a pressure canner, which can cost roughly $130... Read more