Fresh memories. Preserving homegrown fresh fruits and vegetables to be able to enjoy them out of season, is once again en vogue. As a measure of economic standard and holistic wellness, to save money and to avoid GMO’s.
What we eat is important and knowing where our food comes from to avoid artificial preservatives and it’s a lot of fun and not much work. Preserving is a form of taking care of your health (see slideshow for tips).
Storing power, there are many different ways to preserving
The energy of the hands. You can pickle, make chutneys and jams, or jar it when you cook. You are always working with your groceries and storing. You can find beautiful bottles and jars when “thrifting”and you don’t need more than those needed for preserving. The jars look lovely all of the colors lining the rows of shelving in your pantry, more attractive than the cans with labels and not knowing what’s inside.