Canning Apple Juice

Juicing your own apples and canning it is very satisfying. This guide is about canning apple juice.

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Question: Canning Homemade Apple Juice

I want to can apple juice. I have juiced fresh apples from the farm. How long do you heat or boil before putting in jars?

By Marilyn

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By Judi 18 938 Flag

August 27, 2008

I don't heat or boil mine. I just take it straight from the cider press, strain it, and pour it into jars. I've done it this way for years with no negative results. we prefer it frozen but there is limited freezer space.

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By eileen 7 49 Flag

August 28, 2008

My ball canning book says to heat just to a boil. Pour into hot jars, leaving a 1/4 inch head space. Adjust caps. Prosess 10 minutes in a boiling water bath.

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