DIY Food: Cooking From Scratch Made Easy
By Grit Staff
We all know that made-from-scratch food not only tastes better, but it is also significantly better for our health, since it contains just the stuff we want to eat – namely food – and none of the additives that make up the bulk of today’s more processed options. We should probably warn you, though – cooking from scratch can become a gateway activity … to more cooking from scratch! If you find yourself wondering, “Why can’t I do it ALL from scratch,” you are certainly not alone, and we’re here to enable – we mean help. Here are some of our best tips for taking your food DIY to the next level.
Practicality of the Pressure Canner
Follow this advice for low-acid food and stick to the pressure canning safety guidelines for easy year-round food preservation.
Create a Home Canning Pantry That Works for You
Create a pantry with sturdy shelves to hold all of your home canning jars of delicious garden produce from your garden.
Cook with the Sun
Thinking of buying a solar cooker, but confused about how they work? There are four popular designs. Each has its strengths and weaknesses.