6 Fabulous Canning, Preserving, and Pickling Blogs to Follow

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Alas, there are only so many tomato salads to arrange, loaves of zucchini bread to bake, and peaches to eat out of hand. If you've got summer produce you don't know what to do with—or if you just want to try some new food techniques and have a taste of summer later in the year—follow these blogs for expert advice on canning, pickling, and preserving.

Must-Follow Monday


PUNK DOMESTICS

Sean Timberlake's community site and blog for preserving enthusiasts is the very first place to go to find techniques and recipes for canning, cheesemaking, charcuterie, and lots and lots of jam—among many, many other techniques. Melon chips, anyone?


PURE GRACE FARMS

At Pure Grace Farms, Idahoan farmers Shari and Tim are doing a fantastic "Preserve the Harvest" series right now that includes blueberries, and snap peas (among many, many more).


WHAT'S COOKIN', CHICAGO?

Joelyn's blog takes on home cooking from the lens of the incredible diversity of the food in her home city. Her canning posts are very thorough and great for beginners—start with rundown of canning supplies you need.


KAREN SOLOMON

Pickle queen Karen Solomon is the author of Asian Pickles: Sweet, Sour, Salty, Cured, and Fermented Preserves from Korea, Japan, China, India, and Beyond
, as well as two other DIY cooking project books, Jam It, Pickle It, Cure It and Can It, Bottle It, Smoke It. She geerously shares recipes on her blog—try the paneer-stuffed pickled chiles.

SHOW ME THE CURRY

This blog co-created by Hetal and Anuja is mostly about Indian home cooking—and it has an outstanding section on pickles and chutneys. Don't miss their awesome video tutorials.

AN OREGON COTTAGE

Jami lives with her family in a "semi-rural area" in the Willamette Valley in Oregon. Her blog is all about gardening, cooking, and remodeling her sweet country cottage. Gardeners and microfarmers should check out her "ultimate guides" to growing, harvesting, cooking, and preserving everything from rhubarb to onions.

Do you follow any blogs with wonderful canning, preserving, or pickling recipes? Share them in the comments!

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