How to Can Fruit and Veggie Juices to Preserve Summer’s Sweetness

August 4, 2014 by  
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It’s the height of the summer harvest season here in the northern hemisphere, and the southern one will see a huge influx of berries and early spring fruits in the very near future, all of which can be enjoyed in the moment and preserved for later. Produce never tastes as good as when it’s naturally in season (and local!), and the fruits or vegetables we preserve at this time of year will taste so much better than the pallid, imported offerings we’ll find at the supermarket over the winter. Juices are summery delights that are incredibly easy to preserve, as they only require a water bath instead of a pressure-canner, so grab some local produce and get canning! Read the rest of How to Can Fruit and Veggie Juices to Preserve Summer’s Sweetness Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: canning , citrus , DIY , fruit , fruit juice , grapefruit , home canning , oranges , peaches , preserves , preserving , tomatoes , vegetable juice

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Waste House: UK’s First Permanent Carbon Negative Building Made From Trash

August 4, 2014 by  
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DIY: ‘Un-Jello’ Juice Jigglers Are a Kid-Friendly Summer Dessert

May 31, 2014 by  
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If you love juicing and are looking for easy dessert recipes that won’t heat up your kitchen this summer, have we got a treat for you! Typically gelatin desserts contain animal by-products, so if you’re keeping a vegan or vegetarian diet, Jello products aren’t going to cut it. But that doesn’t mean your kids can’t enjoy some chilled, jiggly fruit-flavored desserts this summer. Follow this step-by-step guide over at Inhabitots to learn how a special kind of seaweed can give you the same texture, and when combined with delicious fruit and veggie juices, it’s healthy too! READ MORE> Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: fruit jigglers , fruit juice , vegan desserts , vegan food , vegan jello treats , vegan jigglers , vegan recipes , vegetable juice

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