October is National Eat Better / Eat Together Month, and we think both of those things sound like good ideas. With the holidays looming, getting a jump on a healthy eating plan and a strategy to navigate the upcoming feasts can help you stay on track. Eating together, whether it's as a family or as
Cookbook author, gardener, mother of seven, sustainability expert, and guest chef Stacy Lyn Harris is a big advocate for home freeze drying because it helps her family stay prepared for emergencies and keeps her pantry stocked with healthy meals. This summer and fall, Stacy Lyn’s sustainability and gardening tips are highlighted in cooking and gardening
Greg at Ballistic BBQ has done it again. In May we shared Greg's video of freeze drying raw ground beef, chiles, cheese, and onion rings. Then he rehydrated the ingredients to make his New Mexico inspired cheeseburger. Yum! You can see that post, here. This time, Greg's doing pulled pork. He took pork
Stacy Lyn Harris is an author, speaker, gardener, mother of seven, sustainability expert, and guest chef on broadcast and cable television. Her two popular cookbooks, Stacy Lyn’s Harvest Cookbook and Tracking the Outdoors In, feature hearty, healthy family-oriented meals made from local ingredients. This summer and fall, Stacy Lyn is doing cooking and gardening segments
Summer is the season of burgers on the grill, corn fresh off the cob, spicy homemade salsa, creamy potato salad, and tangy lemonade. If you have a home freeze dryer, everyone's favorite party foods are easy to make ahead, and save for later if you make a little too much. Freeze Drying Fresh Ground Hamburger
Want to see something really cool? Watch as one of our customers freeze dries and rehydrates raw ground beef, chiles, cheese, and onion rings. You would never guess that his New Mexico inspired cheeseburger had been made with freeze-dried ingredients!
Ham, spring vegetables and cream pies are the traditional staples of Easter dinner. If you're like most enthusiastic holiday cooks, you've made enough for an army. If you have a home freeze dryer, all that extra food can actually serve you well in the days ahead. Yes, you can even freeze dry the pie. Freeze
Well what do you know? National Meatball Day falls right in the middle of National Nutrition Month. And who doesn't love meatballs? Meatballs done the old school way can be full of fat, salt and sugar. However, meatballs done right are high in protein, full of flavor, and can be part of a healthy diet.
If you're a one person household, cooking can be tricky. While other shoppers get excited about economies of scale, and grocery stores aim to sell family-sized packages and bundles of everything, single cooks are in a never-ending battle with food (and money) waste. The game changes, however, when you have a home freeze dryer. With
The ability to freeze dry meats is one of the biggest benefits of having a home freeze dryer. You can save money by buying in bulk, preserving leftovers, and reducing food waste. Plus, you don't have to worry about your meat going bad in your freezer, especially if the power ever goes out. Freeze dried