June Pantry Report.

Harvest for one day in June

Harvest for one day in June

Though I have put my garden to bed, and have very few things growing now: I will tell you what I have harvested in June.

The top shelf in the big freezer is full of frozen tomatoes. I will thaw them and makes soups, and sauces to can. I need to make room for more stuff.

I have dried and frozen herbs of all kinds. There are frozen green beans and tomatillos.

We ate lots of carrots, cucumbers, and eggplant. I have shallots, green onions, turnips. beets, potatoes and butternut squash. I have canned some of the beets, and will make soups out of some of the squash.
I did not plant non gmo corn this year, but bartered for some with a friend who did.
I was also “gifted” zucchini and okra. They felt sorry for me because I did plant any this year. That is ok, I paid them back. I left eggplant on their doorstep. Ha! That will show them.

July’s schedule will be filled with emptying my freezer. Making soups, sauces and preserves. A stove on the back porch would be nice, but Steve says no. So we will make do.


About sharinglifesabundance

I am a backyard food producer. I grow 800 square feet of organic vegetables in the desert year round.
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