by Texas Homesteader ~ *Includes affiliate link I was dehydrating lots of vegetables from my garden. Each one was placed in a repurposed glass jar in my pantry. Then I decided to assemble various dry veggies, add some seasoning and make dehydrated salsa in a jar as a gift. The gift recipients LOVED IT!
By Texas Homesteader ~ *contains affiliate link Tomatoes are the darling of the vegetable garden around these parts. Some like to plant squash, some like peppers. But by golly almost everyone has a tomato bush (or two, or three…) in their garden! None of my tomatoes will go to waste. Even when they’re producing too […]
by Texas Homesteader ~ *contains affiliate link During apple season you can pick up a bag of apples for CHEAP. But when you have more than you can use, you have to figure out a way to preserve them. One of the ways I like to preserve them so none go to waste is to […]
by Texas Homesteader *This post contains an affiliate link Last season I was trying to preserve as much garden excess as I could. I hated for any of it to go to waste. So we ate fresh from the garden every day, then I shared with family, friends & community. Then I preserved as much […]
by Texas Homesteader ~ I’ve had fun dehydrating lots of fruits & veggies all year. I’m using shredded dehydrated potatoes to make hash browns quickly!
by Texas Homesteader *this post contains an affiliate link I’ve been using my solar oven pretty heavily this year and I’ve finally dehydrated all my excess garden tomatoes for the summer. (again for those of you asking, I have a *Sun Oven and I love it!) I’ll use the dehydrated tomatoes in numerous ways. To make […]