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[–] Diggernicks 0 points 2 points (+2|-0) ago 

Meth.

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[–] Tekedo 0 points 1 point (+1|-0) ago 

Strawberries and Pickles. Also, you're already on the tomato train, why not also do some cubed tomatoes or seasoned tomatoes with Mexican spices?

Good luck!

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[–] MayBelle 0 points 1 point (+1|-0) ago 

Dried beans are amazing home canned!

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[–] Bobtheviolent [S] ago 

Do you cook them while canning?

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[–] sosat_menya_reddit ago 

We cook beans until partially done and they cook the rest of the way in the canner.

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[–] UsedToBeCujoQuarrel ago 

Saurkraut!

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[–] sosat_menya_reddit ago 

We preserve a lot. Beans, pumpkin, tomatoes, leftover turkey and ham, we make a lot of chicken and rabbit soup. Buy a food preservation cookbook and have at it.

Just make sure you have a quality pressure canner and follow the guidance from the recipes. I have been making fermented vegetables lately they are really healthy and easy to do.

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[–] Bobtheviolent [S] ago 

Do you have a preferred book you use?

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[–] sosat_menya_reddit ago 

We have one from Ball (mason jar company) and one from Better Homes and Gardens. Both are good.

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[–] Ina_Pickle ago 

Quality pressure canner say what now?

We do it old school here. Large pot of boiling water.

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[–] sosat_menya_reddit 0 points 1 point (+1|-0) ago 

You can’t cook a lot of things in a water bath (large pot of boiling water). Low acid foods and meats have to be canned in a pressure canner. Botulism can’t be killed without either heat from a canner or acid from the food. Any method except that is like playing Russian roulette when you open a jar.

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[–] NiggerJusticeWarrior 1 point 0 points (+1|-1) ago 

lol that dumb faggot actually bought a "quality pressure canner".

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[–] TheAmerican 1 point 0 points (+1|-1) ago 

Make pickles

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[–] Bobtheviolent [S] ago 

My pickles suck. They are always to tart/vinegary

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[–] sosat_menya_reddit 0 points 1 point (+1|-0) ago 

Make fermented pickles. They stay crunchy and are great for you. Tons of recipes on the web and there is no heat or electricity required.

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[–] TheAmerican 1 point 0 points (+1|-1) ago 

Try a different recipe or pour out about a third of the juice and refill with table sugar, let sit in the fridge for a few weeks shaking occasionally.