Changes Afoot

If you’ve been reading Savvy Eats for the last few weeks, you may have noticed a change in the content here. Slowly but steadily, I’ve been transferring the blog & all of its associated pages and social media accounts over to a new focus, and the change is finally complete!

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Moving forward, Savvy Eats will be all about food storage and preservation, as well as recipes to help you use up the foods you’ve preserved.  This is the place to turn to when you want to:

I hope you’re just as excited about this transition as I am. If there are any topics related to food storage, canning, or using your preserves that you’d like to see me cover, please let me know in the comments section or by email (savvyjulie *at* gmail *dot* com)!


  1. says

    I had sorta noticed but not connected that it was a change to your content/format. Yay! This suits you so well. I’m exited to learn from you. And I know that when I decide to take the plunge and learn to can, I can turn to your bloggy for advice!

  2. Laura says

    I have been wondering about a good way to “store” recipes. I have been using pinterest but sometimes the page you pin is taken down and then you don’t have the recipe anymore. In addition, I don’t like to read my recipes from the computer while in the kitchen so a program that would put recipes in to the old paper recipe card format for printing would be great! Any suggestions?

    • says

      I know a lot of food bloggers use programs that allow their readers to print their recipes. For instance, if you look at any of my recipes from the past year or two (I’m still working on changing over the last few old recipes), there is a “print” button at the top of the recipe. That will let you save them as PDFs or print them onto paper. Maybe printing + a binder, or setting up a folder on your desktop for the PDFs would work for you?