Tart and Sweet: 101 Canning and Pickling Recipes for the Modern Kitchen
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Fall negates most of these perceived problems for you. Canning supplies are on sale in autumn months. You can give canning a try with minimum investment.
A big canning pot is not necessary. In addition to recipes, it has every question answered and a great FAQ section on what to do in situations where things to awry. Refrigerate it and eat the contents within a few weeks.
Kelly Geary - Tart and Sweet
I have major aversions to canning in the summer. My kitchen gets hot and steamy while canning. Fall is the perfect time to can in the evenings with a mug of hot cider while making apple butter. You stay nice and warm without cranking up your thermostat. I adore garlic and this makes such a beautiful gift.
All of the herbs, lemon slices and garlic cloves.
The recipe only makes 2 pints which fit perfectly with the Ball Canning Discovery Kit since it came with 3 jars. Pickling foods is much easier than making jam.
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After your jars are sterilized, you fill them with the food, then fill the jar with a vinegar solution. No pectin, no sugar content, no setting. Processing the jars consists of lowering them into boiling water and setting a timer. Pull them out, let them cool and listen for the POP of the lids creating a seal.
That POP is extremely satisfying. This might seem like a huge advertisement for Ball, but they truly know their stuff. The equipment is high quality and the resources they provide to home canners is unbeatable.
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Investing in the right equipment the first time is much better than replacing cheap stuff as it breaks. After a year of canning, I now teach my friends how to can.
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I host canning workshops with Sara. I give gifts for birthdays and the holidays or just because. My wife and I have never canned but I remember when I was young my Mom canning everything from the garden, the only thing I really remember is the tomatoes, loved her spaghetti and pizza sauce. Canning seemed daunting at first. I had the impression that I would be preserving mountains of food. Small batch canning is the trend these days.
My garden was a FAIL this year due to the drought.
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Ladle the jam into the jars. Bubbles of air can keep the jar from sealing. Screw on the band. Make sure the water covers the top of the jars by at least an inch. Cover the pot with a lid. Once the water is at a full boil, start your timer for however long your recipe calls for processing.
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You usually hear the lids seal with a ping. If the lid is curved downward, the jar has sealed. To double-check, take the band off the jar and gently try to remove the lid with your fingertips. If the jar has sealed, it shouldn't budge. Store the jars in a cool, dry and dark place.