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How to Make Wine Salt

Making Wine Salt - LivingHomegrown.com

Making Wine Salt - LivingHomegrown.com

I love wine salt and have been making it for years.

Basically, it is a simple season salt which combines a wine reduction with salt and herbs.

And…it is pure awesomeness!

It is delicious, simple to make and will last up to 6 months on your pantry shelf.

It also makes a very cool gift!

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How To Save Berries For Later Preserving

I have been spending a lot of time traveling back and forth between my 1/10th of an acre city homestead here in Los Angeles and my family’s 14-acre Farmstead...

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Preserving Fruit in Alcohol – Homemade Liqueurs

I have a new blog post up over at the Growing A Greener World website. It is all about making homemade liqueurs. YUM!   We didn't film an episode...

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End-Of-The-Season Strawberry Lemon Marmalade

I know, I know…I seem to be blogging everywhere but HERE these days. Sorry about that. But wanted to keep you all in the loop. I have a blog...

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I’m Canning Rustic Apple Butter Over At GGW

Hi everyone, We have been buzy bees over at Growing A Greener World – just finishing up season one. Whew! I will have to give you all a season...

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Strawberries & Cream Low-Sugar Jam

I have a new canning and preserving post over at Growing A Greener World today. Strawberries & Cream Low-Sugar Jam No, there is no "cream" in this recipe. I...

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Zucchini Pickles and How To Can Videos

Several months ago, I signed up to participate in the CanJam by Tigress where bloggers from around the world preserve food and blog about it. Each month we are...

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Garden Salsa

My friend Jayme Jenkins is having a seed party. What is that you ask? Well, apparently it is a little shindig where everyone gets together to have a drink,...

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Can Jam – This month…CARROTS!

I am participating in Can Jam 2010, where each month, a group of bloggers can/preserve a specific food and write about it. The purpose of this project is to...

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