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Homemade Grape Jelly Recipe Without Added Pectin (Includes Optional Canning Instructions)

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Deep purple Concord grapes make a very flavorful homemade grape jelly. I’m sharing the lazy-cook’s way to make simple grape jelly without adding pectin. I’m even including the easiest way to preserve it longer-term by simple water-bath canning. Delicious, homemade and makes a great gift idea too.

Homemade Grape Jelly or Jam made with purple Concord grapes. #TexasHomesteader

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Quick & Easy Creamy Hatch Chile Sauce

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It’s hatch chile season, y’all! I want to put all those delightfully-roasted hatch to good use. So I decided to make a creamy hatch chile sauce with some of them.

It was simple, really. I only used hatch chiles, greek yogurt, garlic and olive oil. RancherMan is still raving! I’d say that was a success!

Come see how I made this quick & easy Creamy Hatch Chili Sauce.


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Homemade Bone Broth with Optional Pressure-Canning Instructions

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It’s easy, inexpensive & healthy to make homemade nutritious bone broth yourself. To preserve broth you can freeze it – or pressure can it to make it shelf stable. 

Don’t be intimidated by a pressure canner, y’all. Canning broth is easy.

Preserve your homemade broth. Use a pressure canner when canning broth. It's easy and your reward is jars of homemade broth for months #TexasHomesteader

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Homestead Hack: No-Mess Way To Pour Honey

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How do I keep honey pouring neat when I refuse to use those plastic squeezy-bears? Honey jars seemed too expensive but I wanted something quality and made of glass. Luckily I’ve found an awesome solution. Come check out this Homestead Hack.

I needed a way to measure small amounts of honey each day without making a mess. I decided a vintage syrup dispenser fit the bill nicely. #TexasHomesteader

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