roasted spatchcocked turkey
How-To

How to Spatchcock, Dry Brine, and Roast a Turkey

Use this tutorial to make your best turkey yet and wow your friends and family. Spatchcocking is the best way to cook your turkey in my opinion. It allows the bird to cook evenly and quickly, resulting in juicy breast meat and succulent thighs

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4 jars of diced tomatoes
How-To

How to Can Diced Tomatoes for the Freezer

This easy instructional will show you how to preserve your summer bounty of tomatoes into a useful product you can use later. You’ll be thanking your past-self for the work done when you pop open a jar in February and feel the summer sunshine cascading out!

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kimchi (fermented cabbage) in white bowl with chopsticks
Fermenting

How to Make Your Own Kimchi

Despite the number of steps involved, making kimchi at home isn’t very hard! Lacto-fermented foods like this kimchi are very healthy, full of probiotics and fibre while being low in calories!

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Sliced pickles in jar
How-To

How to Pickle Cucumbers for the Refrigerator

If you’re only looking to make one jar of pickles rather than enough for a large homesteading family, this is the recipe for you! These zingy, zesty pickles are easy to make, don’t take any special equipment, and can be eaten within 24 hours!

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Cucumber pickles fermenting in jar
Fermenting

How to Make Fermented Dill Pickles

Rather than pickling in a vinegar solution, these cucumbers get lacto-fermented to develop their sour flavour. Kept in the fridge or a cool cellar, these pickles will last for months; that’s if you don’t eat them all right away!

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