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Preserving the Harvest

Our favorite recipes featuring homemade preserving techniques tagged #feedfeed on Instagram.

A Note From Alexis Sinclair

Preserving our fruit and vegetables at the season’s peak not only helps us enjoy the harvest (or market haul) for a little longer, but also introduces a whole new world of flavours, textures, and sometimes even nutrients. Jams and chutneys can seriously transform a cheese platter, while fermented foods such as sauerkraut and kimchi are often more nutritious than the ingredients that made them. Have you ever thought of making ice cream from highly perishable summer fruit as a way of preserving those summer flavours for just a little longer? This feed will showcase beautiful traditional recipes along with new ideas, experiments, and unusual ways to preserve food from the amazing #feedfeed community. Enjoy!
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Gluten Free and Plant Based food photography & recipe development! Social Media Coordinator, feedfeed.

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So it is preserved lemon this time. Do you also make your own? You need only salt and lemons. Add…

Preserved Lemons

So it is preserved lemon this time. Do you also make your own? You need only salt and lemons. Add other spices if you feel like it, such as cinnamon, bay leaf, coriander seeds. I like to keep mine basic so can easily add them in stews, vegan cheese sauces, spicy pepper, tomato dips without the ectra spice flavors.
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A Note From Alexis Sinclair

The perfect subtle flavors of lemon without the bitterness or tartness. Keep them stored in the fridge and grab anytime.
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