15 Ways to Keep Food Fresh

15 Ways to Keep Food Fresh #foodstorage #fresh #wholefood #realfood

15 WAYS TO KEEP FOOD FRESH

Ever wonder about how to keep your fruits and veggies fresh? Whether you buy them in the store or grow them at home, it is no fun to see them deteriorate almost right before your eyes. I am always in search of ways to keep my fruits and vegetables at the peak of freshness for as long as possible, so when Hometalk approached me and asked if I would share my board on Keeping it Fresh I jumped at the chance. I knew this would be valuable to you, my readers, and it would also give you a chance to check out the great things going on at Hometalk if you haven’t already.

Here are a few of my favorites from Keeping it Fresh.

15 Ways to Keep Food Fresh #foodstorage #fresh #wholefood #realfood How to Grow Onions – How To Store Onions: The Seasoned Homemaker 

15 Ways to Keep Food Fresh #foodstorage #fresh #wholefood #realfood Keeping Berries Fresh: Adventures of a Busy Bee

15 Ways to Keep Food Fresh #foodstorage #fresh #wholefood #realfood Cleaning Garden Produce: Chaotically Creative

 

15 Ways to Keep Food Fresh #foodstorage #fresh #wholefood #realfood I Would be remiss if I didn’t share a few of my own ideas too! :)

15 Ways to Keep Food Fresh #foodstorage #fresh #wholefood #realfood Preserve your Homegrown Herbs in 3 Different Ways

15 Ways to Keep Food Fresh #foodstorage #fresh #wholefood #realfood How to Preserve Peppers in 3 Different Ways

15 Ways to Keep Food Fresh #foodstorage #fresh #wholefood #realfood How To Sun Dry Tomatoes

15 Ways to Keep Food Fresh #foodstorage #fresh #wholefood #realfood How to Preserve Home Grown Herbs with Sea Salt

15 Ways to Keep Food Fresh #foodstorage #fresh #wholefood #realfood

How to Make Infused Oil

Be sure to head over to Hometalk to see the rest of the 15 Ways to Keep Food Fresh and all the other great preserving, gardening and DIY ideas too. 

15 Ways to Keep your Food Fresh shared with:

*Memories by the Mile: Treasure Box Tuesday *Lou Lou Girls *April J Harris: Hearth and Soul  *Table for Seven: Share your Stuff *Creative K Kids: Tasty Tuesdays *Recipes for our Daily Bread: Wonderful Wednesday Blog Hop *Teach Inspire Love Raise: Wake up Wednesday *Crafty Allie: Worthwhile Wednesday *The Crafty Wife: Wednesday Roundup * Smart School House:Whimsy Wednesday * The Cookie Puzzle: Party in your PJ’s **Lamberts Lately: Create it Thursday *Sweet Haute: Sweet Haute  * 2 Crochet Hooks: Snickerdoodle Sunday  *Baking in Pyjamas: Sweet and Savoury Sunday

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Comments

  1. says

    This is great Shari! I’m always looking for great ways to make my produce last longer. It’s always bought with the intention of being used up quickly but far too often it ends up sitting there in the rotter (that’s what I call the drawer in the fridge that has the word crisper on it.) Thanks for sharing. Going to make sure to pin these now so I have them handy.
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  2. says

    Shari, YOU are the guru of preserving for sure! Being thrifty and frugal is as important with food as it is in a budget. I appreciate so much your post and all the effort you took to put it together. What a treasure this is. Thank you. Carrie, A Mother’s Shadow

  3. says

    Shari,

    I love your ideas for preserving food. I have tried the herbs in the ice which works great. I need to try to sun dry my tomatoes. We always have plenty.
    Thanks for sharing!
    Stumbling, pinning, tweeted.
    Diane

  4. says

    This is a great list, Shari. I especially love the tip for storing in glass jars and wish I had known this a long time ago. I also love your herb preservation post and am sharing it on my FB page today. Great post – pinning and sharing this one on Twitter.
    Karen recently posted…Herbed Homemade Chicken BrothMy Profile

  5. says

    Good morning, Shari,

    I saw your link at Tasty Tuesdays and just had to come check it out. You know I love to visit your blog any chance I can :)
    I love this post! There is so much useful info and I`ve tweeted and bookmarked. Thanks for the helpful tips!
    Enjoy your day.
    Robyn @ simply fresh dinners recently posted…Tuesday TidbitsMy Profile

    • says

      Thanks Janine. I really dislike throwing away good food because I didn’t stay on top of it. This helps my produce fresh much longer. Thanks for stopping by.
      Blessing,
      Shari

    • says

      Thanks Linda. I am a huge fan of Hometalk. I find great information there on all kinds of topics. Plus, it is a great place to add my content as well. Hope you enjoy it.
      Blessings,
      Shari

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