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Harvest Keeping, Jar Goods, Home Canning with garden & farm veggies for your home pantry – pickles, jams, preserves, sauces. Preserve your own with your Bluebird farm box veggies! Or, select Heirloom Jar Goods from RockNBluebird.com. Partnered with The Rock Ranch, Upson Co GA

Bluebird Organic – Azure Standard Drop Point

Bluebird Organic

Azure Standard Drop Point


Organic Bulk Grains for your Home Pantry

There is no better time than now to learn how to preserve. Use garden & farm fruits, berries & veggies to stock your Home Pantry with pickles, jams, preserves and sauces. Bluebird Farm Box veggies for Harvest Keeping.

Are Jar Goods Nutritious for My Family?

Source

Frozen foods will lose more nutrients during their frozen storage period than home canned goods will.

Dehydrated food loses the most nutrients compared to canned or frozen. Source.

The amount of minerals, fat-soluble vitamins, protein, fat and carbohydrate remain relatively unchanged by canning. Source

Because canning requires high heat, jar goods may retain less water-soluble vitamins C and B and more of antioxidants such as lycopene in tomatoes.

Free Delivery for CSA Members:


National Preparedness Month

Prudent Pantry

You receive

Farm Box + Spreadable Heirloom Berry Jam & Amish Baked Goods
  • Full Share Farm Box veggies & fruits
  • 1 Pint Heirloom Jam
  • and more varies monthly

Heirlooms from Certified Amish Kitchen: Damson Plum, Black Raspberry, Elderberry, Cherry, Boysenberry, Huckleberry, Caramel Pecan Apple Butter, Apricot & more…

National Preparedness Month


Three Simple Rules
1.Store Food

We need at least three months of food per person
before we can get a new garden producing.

2.Store Seeds 

Our own food production up and running.

3.Fresh Water

Filter and Purification.

Jar Goods

There has never been a better time to stock your pantry. Organic means working with nature. We’re coming into a bountiful summer harvest as nature brings you seasonal abundance for your cupboard.

  • Peaches
  • Pickling Cucumbers
  • Heirloom Tomatoes
  • Seasonal Abundance
  • Staples

Berries & Fruits

Preserve foods at their freshest point, during peak season, which locks in nutrition. Fruit and berry preserves can be kept in the freezer or canned and so simple to make! Freezer Jams require very little effort and you can add herbs to enhance like rosemary or fresh mint.

  • Freezer Jams
  • Pickled Fruits
  • Brandied Berries
  • Marmalades
  • Chutneys

Why You’ll Love Preserving the Harvest

Is your home pantry stocked? With your farm box veggies, it’s quick and easy to enjoy Squash Refrigerator Pickles, Small Batch Strawberry Jam, Dilly Beans, Pickled Okra, Pink Lady Apple Butter, Herb Dipping Oils, Pickled Asparagus, Sun-Dried Heirloom Tomatoes in Olive Oil, Fresh Basil Tomato Sauce and more…

  • Delicious
  • Ethical Farms
  • Extend the Goodness
  • Local Producers
  • Free delivery

Please ask us. Bluebird was Founded as an organic Community Garden advocacy in 2009. We are happy to work together for special needs. Local farms & gardens are like an ever-flowing spring.

And the Lord will guide you continually, and satisfy you with all good things, and keep you healthy too; and you will be like a well-watered garden, like an ever-flowing spring.

Isaiah 58:11 TLB

3,000 year old honey is still edible. In 2003, archaeologists also found 5,500 year old honey. Through millennia, honey remains unspoiled with an eternal shelf-life. Be sure to store honey sealed in a cool place. Sealed Honey is one of the few edible things on earth with a perpetual shelf life. Uncooked beans and white rice can last decades with proper storage, but honey, salt, sugar and maple sugar all have indefinite shelf lives when stored correctly. Honeys which have higher amounts of certain sugars or are raw will crystalize faster as a natural process when stored–crystallized honey is perfectly safe. Honey should not be given to infants.

Rating: 5 out of 5.

“Food Independence”

Stocking our home pantry with preserved farm veggies, helps us insure we achieve food independence throughout the year – brilliant!

Betsy

Rating: 5 out of 5.

“Food Security”

We are very happy to fill our kitchen cupboard with jars of berries, orchard fruits & veggies to have access to sufficient, safe, and nutritious food that meets our preferences and needs for an active, healthy life.

Steven

Rating: 4 out of 5.

“Nourishing”

The flavors of our own canned veggies are outstanding and we determine what ingredients are added for healthy nutrition.

Jane

Heirloom Jar Goods from Certified Amish Kitchen

Immunity Support here.

IMMUNITY Assorted Jams: You receive 8 Pints of Amish Spreadable Heirloom Berries & Fruits

  • CSA Savings: Pantry Jam Savings for CSA Members only $60.
  • Comparable Retail Value $104. — CSA Member Savings: $44
  • FREE Delivery for Bluebird CSA Members

Heirloom berries and orchard fruits: The boysenberry is a cross among the European raspberry, European blackberry, American dewberry, and loganberry. Huckleberries look like and have a similar flavor to large dark blueberries. The processed berries of elderberry [Sambucus nigraare] are packed with antioxidants and vitamins that may boost your immune system. The heirloom damson plum has the distinction of existing virtually unaltered for thousands of years– the gold standard of plums for jams. Black raspberries are packed with antioxidants called anthocyanins, have tiny hairs, and are softer with a sweeter flavor than blackberries. Cherries offer a boost of potassium, are a nutrient-dense superfood, suppress inflammatory proteins that cause pain, regulate sleep with melatonin and boost happiness with both tryptophan and serotonin.

You will love these nutrient-rich* heirloom berry and fruit Jams! Amish Certified Kitchen, processed in small batches, all natural {NonGMO, no artificial colorings or ingredients}, made with cane sugar {no HFCS}, in reusable canning jars. Supply Limited. Heirloom Assortment varies.

10 Healthy Ways to Use 1 Teaspoon of Heirloom Berry or Orchard Fruit Jam

  • GI Report here. Cane sugar has a GI score of 50. White sugar has a GI score of 58–84, depending on the type. Glucose has a GI score of 96–114. Source.
  • Candida albicans sugar report here.


  • *Studies show: With thermal canning processing, Phenolic content and antioxidant activity of berries generally increased up to 50% and 53% in tested berries.  Source.
  • The amount of phyto-nutrients, minerals, fat-soluble vitamins, protein, fat and carbohydrate remain relatively unchanged by the process of canning. Water soluble vitamins (C & B) diminish as with any heating or cooking process.
  • The process of canning ensures a long shelf life of at least one to five years. Source
  • Studies show canned fruits and vegetables are nutritionally similar and sometimes superior for some nutrients than their fresh or frozen counterparts. Water-soluble vitamins C and B are sensitive to heat, and lost when cooked or processed.    Source.


Butters – whole fruits & veggies concentrated to smooth spread
Carmel Pecan, Apple Butter, Pumpkin Butter, Pear Butter, Sweet Potato Butter

Marmalade – preserve made from citrus fruit and peel Orange

Jellies – clear fruit juices
Grape Jelly, Jalapeño Pepper Jelly – Hot, Jalapeño Pepper Jelly – Mild, Muscadine Jelly, Scuppernong Jelly, Elberberry Jelly

Jams – fruit purees
Strawberry Jam, Strawberry Seedless Jam, Strawberry Rhubarb Jam, Blackberry Jam, Blackberry Seedless Jam, Peach Jam, Apricot Jam, Red Raspberry Jam, Red Raspberry Seedless Jam, Blueberry Jam, Damson Plum Jam, Apple Jam, Pear Jam, Pineapple Jam, Cherry Jam, Black Raspberry Jam, Black Raspberry Seedless Jam, Boysenberry Jam, Black Cherry Jam, Fig Jam, Huckleberry Jam, Black Bear Jam

Jams, Jellies, Butters & Spreads

  • Strawberry Jam
  • Strawberry Seedless Jam
  • Strawberry Rhubarb Jam
  • Blackberry Jam
  • Blackberry Seedless Jam
  • Peach Jam
  • Apricot Jam
  • Red Raspberry Jam
  • Red Raspberry Seedless Jam
  • Blueberry Jam
  • Damson Plum Jam
  • Apple Jam
  • Pear Jam
  • Pineapple Jam
  • Cherry Jam
  • Black Raspberry Jam
  • Black Raspberry Seedless Jam
  • Boysenberry Jam
  • Black Cherry Jam
  • Fig Jam
  • Grape Jelly
  • Orange Marmalade
  • Jalapeño Pepper Jelly – Hot
  • Jalapeño Pepper Jelly – Mild
  • Carmel Pecan Apple Butter
  • Pumpkin Butter
  • Pear Butter
  • Sweet Potato Butter
  • Huckleberry Jam
  • Elderberry Jam
  • Muscadine Jelly
  • Scuppernong Jelly
  • TRAFFIC Jam
  • F.R.O.G. Jam
  • T.O.E. Jam
  • Black Bear Jam
  • Apple Butter
  • Amish Peanut Butter Spread

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How to Can Your Farm Box Fruits & Veggies

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Our Favorite Recipes


  • Jellies & Preserves
    Pantry | Freezer Jams, Spreadable Fruits, Preserves, Jellies, Marmalades, Chutneys Syrups & Butters Small Batch Blackberry Jam Canning Process to extend shelf life. 4 cups blackberries (mashed) 2 cups sugar 1 lemon (zested and juiced) Fruit CanningSugar-Free  SpoilageSugar helps canned fruit hold itsContinue reading “Jellies & Preserves”
  • Pickles & Relishes
    Dilly Beans, Pickled Cucumbers, Watermelon Pickles, Pickled Peaches, Squash Pickles… Pickled Peaches – Recipe from GA Peach Council Adapted from UGA recipe to pickle any whole fruit–pears, plums, etc. Preserve Whole Peaches as Pickled or Brandied. Peach Harvest First peachContinue reading “Pickles & Relishes”
  • Sauces & Salsas
    Herb Dipping Oils, Peach Salsa, Salad Dressings, Tomato Sauces, BBQ Sauces 1/2 cup extra virgin olive oil  6 large garlic cloves (– skinned and finely sliced) 1 bunch basil optional (3 oz – leaves torn in 1” pieces) 1 teaspoon sea salt (to taste)Continue reading “Sauces & Salsas”
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