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post #21 of 28
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Hot packing is when you heat the vegetables in the brine and then pack them in the jars. Cold packing is when you pour the brine over unheated vegetables and then process them. 

 

Disco

OK, I got it...learned something new here....so to get the crispy beans/vegetable what is the better way do you think?

post #22 of 28
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Originally Posted by Hoity Toit View Post
 

OK, I got it...learned something new here....so to get the crispy beans/vegetable what is the better way do you think?

 

I've only done this once but it worked ok. I poured the heated brine over the cold beans and then processed them in hot water for 10 minutes. They come out nice and crisp.

 

Disco

post #23 of 28
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I've only done this once but it worked ok. I poured the heated brine over the cold beans and then processed them in hot water for 10 minutes. They come out nice and crisp.

 

Disco

yes,. thats the way I have done it..

post #24 of 28
Made two test quarts of these a couple months ago. Tried a jar after they sat for about a month and they were great. Yesterday I did my final green bean harvest of the year and decided I better make more of them.
post #25 of 28
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Made two test quarts of these a couple months ago. Tried a jar after they sat for about a month and they were great. Yesterday I did my final green bean harvest of the year and decided I better make more of them.

You can't go wrong with that.

Happy smoken.

David

post #26 of 28

I sure do enjoy seeing a thread make it back around a year later. It reminds me of things I need to try and friends that i have here.

Happy smoken.

David

post #27 of 28
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I sure do enjoy seeing a thread make it back around a year later. It reminds me of things I need to try and friends that i have here.
Happy smoken.
David

David, I put links to threads in my Evernote account that I want to try out. It's nice to not have to try to find it for the recipe or to post on it. I've had this one saved for a year and it has passed the test and will be kept.
David.
post #28 of 28
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Made two test quarts of these a couple months ago. Tried a jar after they sat for about a month and they were great. Yesterday I did my final green bean harvest of the year and decided I better make more of them.

I know what you mean. I am addicted to these things. I made more this year and just love them.

 

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I sure do enjoy seeing a thread make it back around a year later. It reminds me of things I need to try and friends that i have here.

Happy smoken.

David

 

I have projects in my favourites that are months old. So much food, so little time.

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David, I put links to threads in my Evernote account that I want to try out. It's nice to not have to try to find it for the recipe or to post on it. I've had this one saved for a year and it has passed the test and will be kept.
David.

Cool idea!

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