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  1. Home canning and curing meat

    I am interested in getting information on canning without sugar and home curing meats like bacon and ham without sugar in the brine. Any and all suggestions will be greatly appreciated.
  2. Pickled Jalapenos

    Has anyone found compliant jalapenos or found a recipe that does not include sugar?
  3. Hello all, Sping is her and my husband and I are finding ourselves with way too many zucchini's to possibly eat (and they've barely started growing!!). I am looking for a way to preserver/pickle/ferment them. Preferably with a recipe that does not require them to be stored in the fridge (at the rate we're growing zucchini our fridge will be filled by the end of next week!!). I have found a few recipes but many of them call for honey (which I guess even for pickling would be a NO- if honey is ok for pickling in small amounts please let me know). Others call for whey which would be a No as well. Many other recipes call for storage in the fridge after a few days. Again I am fine with recipes for pickling, preserving or even fermenting. Thank you in advance for any recipe ideas :-)