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Homemade Stem Ginger

Homemade Stem Ginger is so easy to make & so much better than shop bought. Chop finely & add to ginger cakes, puddings or biscuits for a real ginger hit. The syrup makes a delicious ginger cordial.

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Dehydrating Food: Food Preservation for Beginners

Dehydrating food is easy, economical, and lets you enjoy the bounties of your summer garden all year round! Never tried dehydrating food before? Here’s what you need to know to get started. Click to read more or pin to save for later.

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Tomato, chilli and ginger chutney

This spicy tomato chutney recipe from Josh Eggleton is the perfect accompaniment to cold cuts and cheese, or could be slathered on a sandwich or burger. Josh in particular recommends serving this with his veggie burger recipe, with the fiery chilli and tangy tomato chutney acting as a pepped up ketchup.

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How to Make Tomato Powder From Tomato Skins

You'll never waste tomato skins again with this easy recipe to make tomato powder and tomato flakes.

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How To Make Dandelion Jelly

Dandelion jelly is simply amazing! It tastes just like honey with a hint of lemon. We just love this on toast, biscuits and even as a sweetener for herbal teas! | www.homestead-acres.com

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55 Vegan Bowl Recipes to Make for Dinner

Vegan ramen with grilled vegetables and tofu is a delicious, vegan and gluten-free meal that will warm you up on a cold day and give your immune system a boost.

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How to Preserve Garlic in Oil

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3 Ways to Preserve Peppers

If you don’t grow your own peppers, consider purchasing in bulk from local growers at your farmer’s market when in season and preserve peppers to enjoy all year.

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Fermented Carrots (that kids will actually eat!) & The Benefits of Fermented Vegetables

Fermented Carrots {that kids will actually eat!} & The Benefits of Fermented Vegetables

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Sweet and sour sauce with pineapple

Sweet and Sour sauce recipe: 1 cup water, 1 1/4 cup sugar, 3/4 cup vinegar and 1/4 cup orange juice. Mix together and boil in saucepan. Once boiling add cornstarch mixed with cold water to boiling mixture. Continue adding cornstarch/water till desired consitency is reached. I used about 2 tsps cornstarch with 1 tbsp water. A few drops of food coloring to add color. Of course I used red so it would resemble the Chinese Buffett sauce. !!

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