How To Store Fresh Oranges – Best Methods

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Oranges have many health benefits. With their high concentration of vitamin C, they are among the most nutritious fruits to take. Since oranges are essential in the human body, many people will want to have enough supply at all times. Using fresh fruits is better than using processed fruits, so it is important to keep … Read more

How To Store Fresh Basil At Home

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updated 9/30/2020 Whether you buy it at a store or grow it in the container, basil will always be a wilted mess before you get a chance to use it. Why? Who knows. It is simply the way of the universe. There is no denying it and there is no getting around it, it just … Read more

Can you freeze stewed rhubarb?

A simple question requires a simple answer, can you freeze stewed rhubarb? Yes! It’s even recommended. See more bellow! Long answer to can “you freeze stewed rhubarb”? Stewing Rhubarb is a great way to have it prepared for freezing. It’s used in all sorts of recipes right out of the box, Such as with icecream, … Read more

How long after canning pickles can you eat them?

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So, how long after canning pickles can you eat them? So you’ve just got finished making some nice, juicy pickles and you’re already drooling over the idea of cracking them open and taking a nice crispy bite. Well, unfortunately it’s just going to taste like a cucumber floating around in pickle juice! A fermented pickle … Read more

How to can corn you grew at home

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It’s such a shame corn only grows in summer, And doesn’t last that long on it’s own. I mean, you could go to the store and buy some.. but whats in it, whats on it? Who knows. Or you could learn how to can corn you grew at home like a boss and have some … Read more

Best place to store potatoes

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In this article you are going to learn the best place to store potatoes, no matter what kind of potato you might have, from sweet potato to..ugh.. any other kind of potato (i mean they are all balls of starch, some more than others). Like tomatoes? Check out our article on growing cherry tomatoes in … Read more