Welcome to Savvy Eats! Savvy Eats focuses on food storage and preservation, as well as recipes using the foods you’ve preserved. This site is the resource you can turn to when you want to know how to store all that extra basil you bought at the store so it doesn’t go bad before you have a chance to use it. Want to make your own frozen soft pretzels so you don’t have to rely on the ones from the store? You’ll find that sort of thing here, too. And if you have half a jar of strawberry jam left and are tired of toast and yogurt, check here. There will be plenty of recipe ideas for you!
My name is Julie, and I live in upstate New York with my husband, Dan, our poodle-terrier mix (Max) and our cockatiel (Mario).
I completed my undergraduate degree at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where I received a degree in Biological Systems Engineering–Food and Bioprocessing. But I believe in pursuing your passions and doing what makes you happy. So while I think I’ll always be an engineer at heart in some ways, I’m choosing not to pursue a “traditional” engineering career, instead focusing my energies towards recipe development and food writing, including writing about the science behind food.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org .
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