Dehydrating sweet potatoes is so easy. I enjoy having them on hand to use for snacks, soups, and more. Here I am going to take you step by step on how to correctly dehydrate sweet potatoes.
Dehydrating ground beef is a great way to free up space in your freezer. Also, it tastes just the same when it is rehydrated.
Who doesn't love beef stew! Especially this time of the year. I know the closer it gets to the holidays the busier we all are. This is one dinner that won't keep you in the kitchen for very long. This beef stew is the perfect dump and go crock pot meal!
I am going to be chatting about all things celery today! I am going to give your directions on how to dehydrate celery, how to make celery powder, and how to make celery salt. Are you maybe asking yourself, why? I will answer that as well.
Sloppy Joes have come to my rescue more times than I can count. After a busy day outside, you can't beat coming in and popping open a can of home-made sloppy joes. All you have to do is heat it up!
Canning carrots is such an easy way to preserve them, and it makes for a quick side dish.
Okra is a staple crop that we grow yearly. My main uses for okra are for frying and gumbo. So dehydrating okra for us was the way to go this year. I have canned it in the past, but my favorite way to preserve it is by far dehydrating it.
Every year our fig tree makes the most beautiful figs. Most of them are the size of my palm, and so sweet. Our figs make the best strawberry fig preserve, when I can keep the kids from eating them all! Not to mention how beautiful the jelly looks in the jars! These would make great gifts.
I planted SO much over 100 seeds of zucchini and squash in my summer garden. I think everyone of those seeds grew! It was crazy! So it was time to get busy and get dehydrating.
Dehydrating potatoes is so easy. I enjoy having them on hand to use for scalloped potatoes, soups, and more. Here I am going to take you step by step on how to correctly dehydrate potatoes.