Canning Basics

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Geez Debi, your talkin about dehydrating, canning, pickling, and preserving. Sweetie, are you trying to say some thing about my age? Yes, I AM older than you, but I've still got it!!
haha, Terry
I thank you from the bottom of my heart, the canning process is so detailed yet easy to understand. After careful reading, I will give it a try.
great basics.....great to have a refresher also when it's been a while since one canned!!!!

was a busy day here for me canning and smoking, did some applebutter, some pickled hot pepper mix and smoked almonds all at the same that was alot of work!!!
(did regular dill spears and dill hamburger chip style pickles the other day and will be doing dill relish soon as well.....)
Smoked,could you fill me in on smoking almonds.I planted two trees about five years ago and this is their first year to bear.Id like to try smoking some,you can PM me if you want,thanks,David
you are correct debi, that is exactly what I used and it's a huge hit around here!!!!!!
one thing I've been having to do however is after the 30 min smoke session the nuts are still moist, so I put them in my oven at 250 and on convection for about 30 mins, it dries them out great and "sets" the smoke.......they are soooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo good....

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