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green tomatoes

Canning Green TomatoesThis is a page about canning green tomatoes. Green tomatoes are great for canning, whether you can them for frying later or want to make a relish or pickled tomatoes.

 

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Canning TomatoesThis is a page about canning tomatoes. Tomatoes are a good choice when canning fresh produce.

 

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Canning PlumsCan black plums be canned?

 

Ripe Melon

Picking a Perfectly Ripe MelonVine ripened melons are typically sweeter than those you buy at the market. This is a page about picking a perfectly ripe melon.

 

Pickled Peaches

Pickled Peaches RecipesThis page contains pickled peaches recipes. Spicy pickled peaches are easy to make and delicious when served.

 

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"It Ain't Peaches" Canned Melon Recipe?I am looking for the "It Ain't Peaches" recipe. This recipe is melon canned so that it tastes like peaches. It is a southern recipe. I lost it and really need it! Anyone willing to share? Thanks.

 

Canned Apricots

Tips for Canning FruitThis page contains tips for canning fruit. Serving fruits that you have canned yourself is very satisfying and delicious.

 

Canning Pie Filling, Cherry Pie

Canning Pie FillingThis is a page about canning pie filling. When fresh fruit is ready for picking or in season at the market, it is a good time to can some pie filling for later use.

 

Freshly Canned Pears Near Pears in a Bowl

Canning PearsThis is a page about canning pears. Canning pears is a great, thrifty way to store pears from your harvest for use later in the winter and spring. Storing and canning your pears properly, will ensure you can enjoy them year round.

 

Canning Peaches?Today I bought a box of peaches. I want to can them, but can't find a good recipe. If anyone has a great recipe I would really like to try it.

 

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Canning Watermelon?Has anyone tried to can (water-bathed processed) watermelon? If you have, how did it turn out and did you use a sugar syrup on it or what?

 

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Easy Berry Canning JuiceThis is based on a long family recipe, and I changed some of it to make it very more protected, though, it makes the best juice, and it's very easy, you just have to give it some time for the flavors to develop.

 

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Fruit Floats to the Top When Canning?I'm canning plums by water bath method. The problem is even though I stew the plums in syrup a few minutes first and then scoop them into mason jars and top with more hot syrup after 30 minutes of the hot water bath, all the fruit floats to the top of the jar.

 

fresh papayas

Canning Papayas in Hot Water BathIf you like papayas, canning them makes it easy to enjoy them any time of year.

 

fresh quince

Canning Quince in Hot Water CannerA quince looks like a pear and doesn't ripen well on the tree. This is one fruit that you can bring home and not have to can immediately.

 

bowl of strawberries

Canning Strawberries in a Warm Water BathStrawberries can be canned but people usually enjoy them more frozen. If you like old fashioned strawberry pie that is more like an apple or cherry pie, canned strawberries are best for that.

 

Peaches canned at home.

Canning Peaches in Warm Bath CannerPeaches are one of the prettiest fruits in a can. Of course, I might be a little partial to them because I like them so much. I lived in Alabama and Georgia for a few years and could stop by the side of the road and pick up fresh peaches during the summer.

 

Canning Plums

Canning Plums in a Hot Water BathThis beautiful purple fruit is so refreshing on a hot summer day. Canning them means you can enjoy them all year long.

 

fresh sliced pineapple

Canning Pineapple in Warm Water Bath CannerPineapple is a funny looking fruit that tastes wonderful but looks like it will take a war to get into the sweet fruit. However, it is worth it to learn how to handle this funny looking fruit.

 

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Canning Plums?How do you can plums?

 

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Canning Peach Cobbler Filling?I usually make peach cobbler filling and freeze it. We have downsized and I no longer have a big freezer. This year I decided to can it.

 

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Canned Tomatoes Turned Black?My pints of yellow tomatoes turned dark on top. What would cause this?

 

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Canning Tomatoes?One of my tomatoes turned black in the jar after I processed. I have never seen this before, can anyone give advice? Also, no matter how tight I tighten the lids the juice is siphoned in the canning process. I followed the Ball canning book recipe and the lids sealed, should I be concerned?

 

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Canning Pears?Can you can winter pears?

 

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Canning Bath Not Long Enough?About 4 months ago I canned quarts of halved peaches, but did not add water bath time for our high altitude. Since I didn't realize this until about a week afterwards I was advised to throw it all out, but have been avoiding throwing this work down the drain. Could I take the peaches out and cook them into jam?

 

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