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How to preserve cranberries by freezing, canning, and drying

You can preserve cranberries by the same food preservation methods as other berries: freezing, canning, and drying. Drying and canning food preservation methods produce shelf-stable products that are safe for storage at room temperature. When canning, be sure to use tested canning recipes. If you don’t want to can foods, cranberries are easy to freeze. While most other berries are in season … …click to read more…

Methods for dried fruits, dried vegetables, and dried tomatoes

Drying is one of the simplest and least expensive forms of food preservation, requiring only warm temperatures combined with good air circulation. Drying removes the water that bacteria, yeasts, and molds need to grow. If adequately dried and properly stored, dehydrated foods are shelf stable (safe for storage at room temperature). You have a choice of several different methods to … …click to read more…

Make delicious limoncello liqueur using rhubarb or fruits

The intensely flavored Italian limoncello liqueur recipe is made in Sorrento from lemons. However, the recipe adapts to many other fruits, such as strawberry and cherry, as well as rhubarb. All of these liqueurs are easily homemade in the same way as limoncello. First, you simply soak chopped fruit in vodka. Then, make a simple syrup (see easy recipe below) … …click to read more…

About fruit pectin and techniques for making jam without pectin

Pectin, the substance that makes jams and jellies thick, occurs naturally in most fruits. When you cook fruit with sugar, the pectin will thicken and gel to make jam (if using crushed fruit) or jelly (if using fruit juice). However, this gelling process can only happen when there is the right balance of fruit, pectin, acid, and sugar. The amount … …click to read more…

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