Growing squash is easy and there are many summer and winter varieties to grow and cook with.
Readers share stories of food preservation methods.
Great-Great-Grandmother shares how generations of her family has continued the tradition of preserving food.
Reader tells of life during the Great Depression and how food preservation was necessary for survival.
A couple shares canning recipes made with fresh produce from the garden and fruit trees.
Freezing corn fresh from the garden in summer means your family can enjoy delicious, home-grown corn in winter.
Woman recalls going from asking elders for advice on canning vegetables to becoming one of the elders.
Woman shares her rewarding experiences of preserving the bounty of her garden vegetables.
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