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Farm Fresh Recipes for Canning

The golden harvest season is finally here with gardeners and farmers hustling to bring in the last fruits and vegetables of their labor. The abundance of produce these autumn crops yield often requires preservation such as canning, and sometimes you can find these homemade delicacies at roadside stands, state fairs, craft shows, or even Grandma’s house. I have fantastic memories of helping my grandmothers pick squash and shell butterbeans that were later cleaned, prepared, and stored along with other canned treasures. To this day, I swear nothing has ever tasted better than what came out of those ancient Mason jars.

Whether you grow your own fruits and vegetables or buy them from the supermarket, canning homegrown produce helps to preserve foodstuff longer by retaining vitamins inside and blocking bacteria out – plus, it is much more cost-effective and tastier than buying commercial brands. Canned goods also make wonderful and inexpensive gifts. And if there is a power outage, they won’t spoil – in fact, most canned goods will keep on the shelf for years.

Don’t fret if you are not familiar with the canning process because it is not nearly as intimidating as you might reckon. If you can boil water and keep track of time, then you are ready to set up shop. Here are some sites to help you get started, followed by a couple of recipes that will impress your family and friends:



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