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Dry and Store Tomatoes and Fruit
Dry and Store Tomatoes and Fruit
Drying fruit and tomatoes is a blessing when you have a glut. Look out for cheap cherry tomatoes, apricots and raspberries when they arrive at the grocer’s or farmer’s…...
Drying Herbs for Storage
Drying Herbs for Storage
Fresh herbs are wonderful – but they’re a seasonal treat. So, if you love cooking or gardening with herbs, knowing how to store them is essential. Here’s our guide to…...
Drying Onions and Garlic for Storage
Drying Onions and Garlic for Storage
Aiming for self-sufficiency? It’s possible to grow enough garlic and onions to last the full year, as long as you store them properly. The onion family isn’t suitable…...
Save Money by Drying Beans and Pulses
Save Money by Drying Beans and Pulses
Save money by drying your own beans and pulses – they’re a valuable source of protein, and perfect for filling the ‘hungry gap’. Here’s our guide to drying beans and…...
Storing Fruit and Vegetables for Longer
Storing Fruit and Vegetables for Longer
When you’ve grown your own fruit and vegetables, you’ll need to know a thing or two about storing them. If you’re aiming for full or partial self-sufficiency,…...
Your Vegetable Garden in Winter
Your Vegetable Garden in Winter
Although many of your organic vegetables can happily stay in the ground throughout winter, they’ll be susceptible to damage from slugs and weather. Heeling-in is a…...
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