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>>>>Sustainable Living PLUS Canning and Dehydrating Food<<<<
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[quote:Nine's:MV8xNjEyNjkxXzM1ODEzNDg5XzE5MTY2QjlF] How you must have loved those Scotties, Flav. They are the cutest dogs and smart as they can be. Bet they livened up your house! Sounds like you had a real good food for them. Pupster had a supposedly good dog food when he was growing the fastest, but I hated it. He too, itched. He had a special shampoo that helped, but I know it was the food. It was kind of a trade off in knowing it was bothering him, and making sure he got all he needed to develop the way he should. A person just doesn't know what to do, but I'm happy that eating what I consider a better diet now. I give some liver each week, but only use the grass fed. Since the liver breaks down or modifies toxins, it makes me wonder how many are still in the liver when many drugs are given to the animals. So much to be concerned about now, from pet food to human food and no matter how you try, there can still be problems. My usual food is ground bison, beef, chicken or turkey. The chicken and turkey bones are used but sent through the grinder. To that I add ground carrots, boiled eggs with shell, ground, flax seed oil, some organ meats, and veggies, like carrots, brocoli, squash, or whatever. The beef bones that would splinter are put in a pressure cooker til soft, then fed that way or ground and mixed with Total cereal. Then it's bagged in daily servings and frozen. Has anyone heard from Mama lately? Hope she's doing ok. [/quote]
last year i canned for the first time. wow, i was nervous.
this year, i'm doing better. i have been canning like mad.
if you'd like, tell us your how's and why's. learning to preserve food is one of the most important skills a person can learn.
if you have a picture of your preserved foods uploaded, let me know and i'll post it for you.
a good source for shtf or urban farming...
Thread: Farmin' in the HOOD --- VIDEO --- these families raise tons of food and have transformed the neighborhood...URBAN FARMING/ GARDENING
so far this year, we have canned...
yellow wax beans
sweet pickle relish
i'm going to try making my own fruit pie filling.
trying my hand at canning potatoes also.
finished the green beans while i was trying to write this. 14 quarts and 15 pints.
i'm going to edit this first post. moving pics to another post and will start the index of recipes and pictures.
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