SLP 95 – Healthy, Handmade Food
Healthy, handmade food was hard to come by when I was a child.
My mom would be the first to say that cooking was not her forte’. But, lucky for her, Mr. Swanson, Mrs. Stouffers and many others provided pre-cooked meals that could be bought at the super market and stored in the freezer until needed.
So, for many of us, cooking amounted to opening a package and heating a frozen or canned meal up on the stove or in the oven.
Hey, it was the “modern” way, wasn’t it?
“My whole refrigerator is full of fish. Come and get some!” That is the kind of phone call which only happens once in a great while. But when it happens, there are only two options:…
Marianne recently got a windfall of tuna and, like the master homesteader she is, she decided to can it. In this episode she outlines the steps she used for pressure canning the fish and what she did to make sure none of the fish went to waste. For details including a step b-by-step guide, check out Marianne’s “Gift of Fish” post.