Dehydrated onions are most definitely my number one pantry staple. I use dehydrated onions and onion powder in almost everything I cook.
Month: September 2020
Homemade sausage gravy and biscuits are definitely a family favorite in our home. It brings back some great memories for our oldest boys. Every time they would go visit their grandparents, they would always make them biscuits and gravy. It was and still is their favorite meal for breakfast.
Apple Cider Vinegar is a must have in our home. I use it in many of my recipes, drinks, and cleaners. It is a multi-purpose staple. My goal for our home, is to make as many store bought items as I can. The less we have to purchase, the better. I love knowing exactly what is in our foods and cleaners.
Since many people felt the shortage of food over this past year, many people have realized the benefits of home canning. Being able to have shelf stable food for long term storage is truly beneficial for many families. Over the years canning and dehydrating have become less and less of the norm, until recently. Now we are seeing a boom again, and I think it is wonderful to see so many wanting to learn.
Okra is a staple crop that we grow yearly. My main uses for okra are for frying and gumbo. So dehydrating okra for us was the way to go this year. I have canned it in the past, but my favorite way to preserve it is by far dehydrating it.
Every year our fig tree makes the most beautiful figs. Most of them are the size of my palm, and so sweet. Our figs make the best strawberry fig preserve, when I can keep the kids from eating them all! Not to mention how beautiful the jelly looks in the jars! These would make great gifts.
Hello! Thank you for joining me today to learn how to dehydrate carrots. I love having carrots on hand to use in my soups, stews and roasts. Today I am going to take you through the steps on how to dehydrate carrots.