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Off-Season Abundance

A trip through my grocery store a few months ago brought me face-to-face with a freezer special that would change the way I think about canning. Packages of frozen berries—organic, sustainably grown, heirloom variety black raspberries, to be exact—were on … Continue reading

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Summer in a jar

It’s a balancing act, really. Keeping enough fresh food on hand to satisfy the appetite, but not so much that it spoils before you can eat it. Put summer’s bounty of berries into the mix, and you may find yourself … Continue reading

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Hail the red berries

I’ve been waiting for red berry season. I know I’m not alone. Rejoice, friends, for it has finally arrived. The strawberries were out a couple of weeks ago, later than usual, but still beating out the other berries. There are … Continue reading

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