Canning Peas?

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If you don't have space to keep frozen vegetables from the garden, try canning. This is a page about canning peas.
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June 3, 2012

I am a beginner at canning vegetables and started with field peas (conch). My first batch came out good, but my second batch, 6/2/12, I think I might not have enough water in the peas. I did everything right, but maybe I put too many peas in the jars to start with. Any suggestions? Will they be okay, or should I dump them, or can I put them in freezer bags and put in the freezer? Help, I can't find this answer anywhere!

By S. Price

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June 11, 20120 found this helpful

You did pressure can them - right? If so, the fluid often evaporates/gets sucked out during processing. It has something to do with improper timing of heating and cooling, but I've had problems with different jars in the same processing batch - most are fine, but one or two will have less fluid after processed.

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They are still good and usable.

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