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Hunting for the Table: Is it Worthwhile? (+ free worksheet)

Within our North American culture, we are slowly becoming more aware that our store-bought, lot-raised, corn fed beef isn't the best option available! A movement toward raising your own or purchasing grass fed animals from a local farmer is in full swing! We are once again becoming conscious of what we put into our bodies. Within … Continue reading Hunting for the Table: Is it Worthwhile? (+ free worksheet)

Canning with Vintage Jars-Part 3: Preserving the Harvest

Up to this point, we've covered the basics! Now let's make certain everything is up to par! Your list of necessary items for canning should include the following: Blemish free Gem or Jewel jars Blemish free glass 78mm lids Vintage or new metal 78 mm screw on bands New fruit jar rubber rings If you … Continue reading Canning with Vintage Jars-Part 3: Preserving the Harvest

Canning with Vintage Jars-Part 2: Collecting, Inspecting, Preparing

When canning with vintage equipment and methods, its important to set yourself up for success! Building your own collection of vintage jars with lids and preparing them for canning is different than purchasing 'em from the grocery store shelf. Throughout the rest of our mini-series, I attempt to set you up for success, so from here … Continue reading Canning with Vintage Jars-Part 2: Collecting, Inspecting, Preparing