Month: September 2011

  • Freezing Diced Tomatoes and Tomato Sauce

    I have been keeping up with my tomatoes this year and have sooo many! The kids and I eat the Cherry Tomatoes fresh whenever we walk by… And these Lemon Plums are sooo sweet! I planted mostly Romas for canning, sauce, and salsa. They are a dense, meaty variety and are versatile for many recipes.…

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  • Freezing Cabbage

    I bet you never thought to freeze cabbage! Cabbage is a great vegetable to include in your diet as it contains more anti-cancer compounds than any other food! I like to use it in soups through the Winter, so freezing it comes in handy.  My friend Beth gave me the biggest cabbage I had ever…

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