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Old 11-29-2012, 02:12 PM   #1
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Does anyone do "Canning" anymore....?????

....my Grandfather did lots of that stuff when I was little
(I never had a Grandma living when little), but Kathy's
Grandma is a incredible canning expert, she had tons
of stuff prepared and packed away in her secret cellar
excellent eating.....

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I've done it. It's almost a must for any gardener who wants to maximize their harvest.
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The wife and I Grew and canned over 400 Qts of fruit and vegetables this year and are hoping to get over 600 Qts next year. At 50% or more savings over buying it in a store. Why not.
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The wife and I Grew and canned over 400 Qts of fruit and vegetables this year and are hoping to get over 600 Qts next year. At 50% or more savings over buying it in a store. Why not.
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My grandmother used to do lots of canning. Her dill pickles were the best I ever ate. Those in your picture make my mouth water. I would do canning to preserve some of the food types that I eat, but I haven't found a recipe for canning tacos, hamburgers or pizza.
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Mom and my sister canned about 200 qts of tomatoes, a bunch of tomato juice, a version of v-8 juice, green beans, pickle relish, chow-chow, dill pickles, sweet pickles and anything else they found in the garden. I'm just the person on the hoe. That makes me a hoe-er I guess.

The funny thing is I can buy canned tomatoes from a food vendor at the restaurant and they're cheaper and certainly a lot, lot less labor intensive. I can't taste the difference but mom and sis say home canned are much better. I call bullshit.........but I won't call it to them.
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I call bullshit.........but I won't call it to them.
Smart man. You have learned the elusive secret to a long and happy life.
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Mom and my sister canned about 200 qts of tomatoes, a bunch of tomato juice, a version of v-8 juice, green beans, pickle relish, chow-chow, dill pickles, sweet pickles and anything else they found in the garden. I'm just the person on the hoe. That makes me a hoe-er I guess.

The funny thing is I can buy canned tomatoes from a food vendor at the restaurant and they're cheaper and certainly a lot, lot less labor intensive. I can't taste the difference but mom and sis say home canned are much better. I call bullshit.........but I won't call it to them.
.....so you got some canned dirt for your in-laws gift.....

....no, I think thats a hoe-ee....


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The funny thing is I can buy canned tomatoes from a food vendor at the restaurant and they're cheaper and certainly a lot, lot less labor intensive. I can't taste the difference but mom and sis say home canned are much better. I call bullshit.........but I won't call it to them.

Read the lable and see what you are eating...
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