The Living Kitchen Podcast #10: The Seven Ways to Store Fruits and VegetablesBy
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This week on The Living Kitchen, Jeff and I discuss the seven ways to store fruits and vegetables in a real food storage program: gardening, root cellaring, home canning, store bought, dehydrating, lacto-fermenting and freezing.
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