Preserving Food for Winter Storage

Mary Lou Shaw preserves her summer’s harvest by freezing, canning, drying and winter storage in a homemade, basement root cellar.



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“Growing Local Food” by Mary Lou Shaw clearly charts the path to a healthier and more rewarding life through simple living and growing your own food in fertile soil. 
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A homemade basement root cellar
This season's harvest included potatoes, shallots, onions and sweet potatoes. Winter squash would usually be included in this basement root cellar. Ideally, the temperature would be in the upper 30 to lower 40 degrees Fahrenheit.
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