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Things to do with my extensive retro soda bottle collection. Not for Save the Dates, obviously, but filling with candy in general.

Pickled Rhubarb Stalks from Serious Eats (http://punchfork.com/recipe/Pickled-Rhubarb-Stalks-Serious-Eats)

Pickled Rhubarb Stalks

Pickled Rhubarb Stalks from Serious Eats (http://punchfork.com/recipe/Pickled-Rhubarb-Stalks-Serious-Eats)

How to Preserve Herbs | Healthy Green Kitchen - this includes some traditional standards and some cool creative ideas. A lot of these would also make wonderful gifts.

How to Preserve Herbs | Healthy Green Kitchen - this includes some traditional standards and some cool creative ideas. A lot of these would also make wonderful gifts.

Great idea when the garden produces too many tomatoes. | Tomato jam #recipe by Marisa | Food in Jars

Tomato Jam

Great idea when the garden produces too many tomatoes. | Tomato jam #recipe by Marisa | Food in Jars

This Donadeo family Pepperonci recipe for Giardiniera Sott’Oilio has evolved over time from garden vegetables to only sweet pepperoncini: outstanding!

This Donadeo family Pepperonci recipe for Giardiniera Sott’Oilio has evolved over time from garden vegetables to only sweet pepperoncini: outstanding!

Spicy and sweet tomato chutney, used the recipe as a base and then added quite a few more spices.

Spicy and sweet tomato chutney, used the recipe as a base and then added quite a few more spices.

Cultured Food Life | How to Make Kefir | Cultured Food Life

Kefir Using Live Kefir Grains

I admit that I'm coveting one of those gorgeous ceramic fermentation crocks, either a classic old-school model from Germany or a pretty handmade version from a local potter.  But we're talking a major investment here, somewhere around $175-$200. It's a lifetime investment purchase, I know, but I just don't have that kind of cash.  So I was thrilled when I discovered that Erica of Northwest Edible came with an alternative plan that comes in at around $10.

Build a Quick, Affordable Fermentation Vessel for Under $15!

I admit that I'm coveting one of those gorgeous ceramic fermentation crocks, either a classic old-school model from Germany or a pretty handmade version from a local potter. But we're talking a major investment here, somewhere around $175-$200. It's a lifetime investment purchase, I know, but I just don't have that kind of cash. So I was thrilled when I discovered that Erica of Northwest Edible came with an alternative plan that comes in at around $10.

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