Assorted fruits (rambutan, jackfruit, bananas, coconut, pineapple)
Things I Freeze:
Soup assortments - vegs & broth & herbs that I can modify later
This list is off the top of my head, so there's most likely more. On my storage list I forgot to list taro and daikon, though the daikon I usually pickle. I also pickle assorted veggies, another way to store them. I don't can much because I don't have a long winter to deal with, so I don't find canning to be worth the effort.
I grew Indian corn last summer for hominy, which is wonderful in bean soups. Also popcorn for snacking.
I froze sliced apples from the tree for pies, crumbles, and fried apples, too.
Chris Badgett wrote:Squash and potatoes.
I eat lots of potatoes, and I love winter and summer Squash.
Now I want to make some Zucchini noodles.
Ann Torrence wrote:Shout out for parsnips!
Pears and apples if you have cold storage. Some don't begin to get optimal flavor until after a couple months off the tree.
I am kicking myself in the butt for not planting fruit trees.
freeze, give away and ferment lots,
and there's still loads on the plants.
I leave them on till the pods are brown, then pod them, leave the beans to dry thoroughly and store in jars.
The roots are perennial in my climate, but production is supposed to go down as the plants age.
I poke in more beans every year to make sure that's not a problem
Amy Woodhouse wrote:Robert, what zone are you in?
Northern Washington/Idaho, but really that does not tell you much, my
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