Tuesday, December 16, 2014

How to Store Root Vegetables, use your Cellar to stretch the life of your Root Vegetables

Potatoes stored on Shredded Paper

Most people don't live in the tropics where you can plant and harvest multiple crops throughout the year.

So, most people need to find ways to stretch the usable life of their garden foods.

Some vegetables can best be stored only if they are processed and caned.

Root Vegetables, such as Potatoes, Beets, Turnips, Rutabagas and others, lend themselves to being stored for several months, if it is done properly.



The link below is to a very good and informative article by a fellow HubPage writer, ButterflyWings. If you want to learn how to store your Root Vegetables more efficiently, you might want to read this article.

Store your Root Vegetables


by Don Bobbitt, 2014