A lot of changes are going to be happening with the Preserved Home blog! We are re-designing the site for a fresher look including a new logo, and a layout for easier access to recipes and articles. I’ll be posting weekly articles and talking about new topics such as cookbook reviews, milling and cooking with whole grains, steam juicing, sprouting, fermenting, freeze drying, curing, smoking, and eventually cheese making. We are actually moving houses in order to have clear land to garden, so I will take you along then for my adventures with growing food, medicinal herbs, and flowers. Many people have been contacting me, as they want to learn how to prepare their household for uncertain times, so I will also have a category for prepping. Of course, I will continue with canning, baking and cooking posts as well.
I’m in a very busy season of life with homeschooling and community responsibilities, but with both of my girls in high school and one driving (still homeschooling, but they will be more independent), and downsizing other commitments, the way has been paved to make Preserved Home a priority. I started this blog as a way to share ideas with friends who were always asking for recipes and tips, but I’m ready to take this blog to the next level. We are also considering doing some videos.
I really appreciate my subscribers, and am looking for feedback regarding ideas for this blog. I’ll say up front I won’t be posting recipes for special diets, but I’m open to other topics and ideas in general to make this blog enjoyable and helpful.
Thank you for reading, and for any feedback you would like to offer. Thank you!
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I am especially interested in buckwheat since I recently heard you make great buck wheat crepes! I would also be interested in any gluten-free categories.