Food Preservation Methods (Past and Present)

On this episode of the Modern Homesteading Podcast, Harold and Rachel Have A Conversation About A Variety of Food Preservation Methods From The Past and Modern Methods.

The Modern Homesteading Podcast, Episode 150 – August 10, 2022 – Food Preservation Methods (Past and Present).

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Topic of Discussion

Food Preservation Methods (Past and Present)

  • Minimal Processing – Root Cellars, Cool Storage, Room Temperature Storage, and in-ground storage.
  • Drying/Dehydrating/smoking
  • Canning – Water Bath Canning, Steam Canning, Pressure Canning, and Retort canning,
  • Freezing.
  • Freeze Drying.
  • Fermentation.
  • Preserving in Salt and Sugar.
  • Immersion in alcohol. (Liqueurs)
  • Preserving in Fat (larding)

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    An aspiring permaculturist and urban homesteader who loves to teach and inspire others to grow where they are planted.

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