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Can I fry my squash up and then can it?

By Tara P

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Anonymous
July 11, 20110 found this helpful
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To can squash (or any non-acidic vegetable) you need a pressure canner. The canner can reach and maintain the temperature needed to prevent botulism. However, the squash will be very mushy and not very good. Freezing is the way to go.

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Anonymous
July 11, 20110 found this helpful

I gave you a thumbs up because you made me smile. I asked that question once also. Live and learn. No, but you can bread your squash after slicing, layer it on a cookie sheet and freeze. Then place in a freezer bag, getting all the air out you can.

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You can fry these later. You can pickle and can squash. There are some great recipes with a google search or go to the Ball canning site. Good luck.

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