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PreserveGardening.com, an online community and blog about preserving fruits and vegetables, has added new pages to its site about freezing fruit, garden tool storage, and pickled jalapenos.

PreserveGardening.com, an online community and blog that discusses preserving fruits and vegetables, has been updated with new pages entitled “Freezing Fruit,” “Garden Tool Storage,” and “Pickled Jalapenos.”

The page “Freezing Fruit” from PreserveGardening.com details several strategies on freezing various types of fruit. Berries and similar fruits, the page claims, can be frozen simply by placing them on an ice cube tray in the freezer. Other fruits may be safely frozen by mixing them with sugar or placing them in simple syrup. Finally, the page advocates peeling some fruit and pureeing it “to avoid discoloration” while it is frozen.

Garden Tool Storage” elaborates on several options homeowners have for storing garden tools, including providing reasoning on which are superior for different situations. The article promotes the simplicity and economy of storing garden tools in the garage, especially large garages, though it admits that it can create additional clutter and may take up parking space. The author of PreserveGardening.com also details the two types of sheds, wooden and plastic, which may be purchased or built for garden tool storage.

“Pickling jalapenos and other vegetables is a tasty method of preserving vegetables,” states the page “Pickled Jalapenos” from PreserveGardening.com. The page provides a simple recipe for pickling jalapenos that leaves plenty of room for personal touches. It also advises that most pickled jalapenos will only last a couple months when refrigerated. Finally, the page suggests using pickled jalapenos as a topping for burgers, eggs, and even salads.

About PreserveGardening.com:

PreserveGardening.com was launched in March of 2009 with articles cleaning garden tools. WebsiteBusiness is responsible for designing and maintaining the site structure of PreserveGardening.com.

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