Archive for November, 2014

November 11, 2014

Food Preservation: Let’s Talk Methods

These are good ways to save money and be more independent. I would find hands on workshops first.

Rural Spin

In our two-part series on food preservation basics, we talk about methods, which include the ingredients discussed in our ‘Spin, “Food Preservation, Let’s Talk Ingredients.” Make sure you read that as well; it’s just as important to understand the food preservation ingredients at your disposal as it is important to understand methods.

This is an overview of all of the traditional food preservation methods that are available to the homeowner. People can be surprised when they learn about all of the available methods and how they work. It’s beneficial to know the landscape before planning how you’re going to preserve surplus food.


Most people don’t immediately associate food and burial, but it just goes to show you that assumptions don’t get you anywhere useful in life. The constant temperatures, darkness, and humidity levels associated with burial are ideal for preventing spoilage of root crops in particular, but…

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November 3, 2014

D.C. Search Resumes For Relisha Rudd On 9th Birthday


November 3, 2014

Spring Greens at Allsun Farm

Always inspiring to see people growing as an established entity. I hope to get back to the community as soon as I’m done sailing. Thank you for your contribution to the world Steward Warriors!