Long Term Storage Solutions: Fermentation

Fall is here, and with it comes those fall veggies you know and love--cabbage, carrots, beets, potatoes, onions, rutabagas, winter squash. As the veggies pile up, you might be wondering what to do with all of it. The nice thing about fall produce is that a lot of it is meant for storage, and therefore forgiving if you forget it in the back of your fridge for weeks at a time. Most of it will last deep into winter. But, if you’re looking for some fun fall projects with delicious results, maybe it’s time to dip your toes into the world of fermentation.

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Everything You Need to Know About Winter Squash

The days are getting shorter, the nights colder, and I find myself once again drawn into the kitchen willing to fire up the oven.  One of the things I’m excited about cooking in the oven is winter squash.  Here at the PEAS Farm, it’s the start of winter squash season and we are busy pulling out truckloads of squash from the fields for our CSA and the Missoula Food Bank.  

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