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Sure, canning carrots isn’t exactly the most difficult thing you’re likely to ever attempt to can – there are a lot of “unfriendly” vegetables out there that will put up a bigger fight than carrots – but you still need to make sure that you get the job done right the first time or you run the risk of a serious botulism contamination.
http://www.homecanningguide.com/2015/07/canning-carrots/
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Asparagus is an easy to can vegetable, but it also requires a little bit of extra work. The only safe and proper way to can asparagus is with a pressure canner. Asparagus has low acidity levels, which makes it easier for bacterium to grow. By using a pressure canner, it can raise the temperature high enough to kill any bacterium. If you aren’t using a pressure canner, the only other way to prevent the bacterium from reproducing is by adding acidity by pickling.
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How To Can Asparagus |
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Canning strawberries isn’t an overly complex process and can be done by anyone. There’s no right or wrong style of canning strawberries, it’s all up to your..
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The nice thing about making home-made applesauce is it won’t even take you three-quarters of an hour to prepare and cook. The recipe above will...
http://www.homecanningguide.com/2014/04/homemade-applesauce/ 
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Canning Homemade Applesauce |
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Canning salsa is easy and fun. But before you can churn out those delicious jars of goodness, let’s make sure you have an equally good canning salsa r...http://www.homecanningguide.com/2014/03/how-to-can-salsa-in-5-easy-steps/ 
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Pickled Jalapenos. While there are more detailed guides out there, the basics of canning are simple! The process goes like this...
http://www.homecanningguide.com/2014/02/pickled-jalapenos/ 
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Pickled Jalapenos |
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Sauerkraut Recipe. Got Cabbage?  Make Sauerkraut!
 
There are not many things quite as delectable as homemade sauerkraut.  It provides the perfect pucker, an undeniable crunch, and is the perfect complement to countless palatable delights.  The naturally fermented cabbage is a zesty treat all on its own, too!  Whether you need to make it a large vat, or in a mason jar on your kitchen counter, there is a sauerkraut recipe for all!
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Canning Peaches at Home. Isn’t it everyone’s goal to give their family healthier food/snacks?  Imagine saving money and getting to feed your family flavorful and high-quality food at the same time.  One excellent way would be canning peaches.  Canning could be an excellent way to get your family involved also.  If you don’t have a recipe you can easily get one from the internet or family/friends. http://www.homecanningguide.com/2013/10/the-joys-of-canning-peaches/
The Joys of Canning Peaches |
The Joys of Canning Peaches |
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Canning green beans is not that difficult, and they can last all through the colder months. It is great to be able to use your own green beans in dishes the whole year. Your family will notice a taste difference. Not only that, but home canned veggies have less preservatives, chemicals, and salt than those you purchase in a metal can at the store. http://www.homecanningguide.com/2013/09/canning-green-beans-at-home/
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Canning Green Beans at Home |
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Home Canning Tomatoes the Right Way. Canning tomatoes is an age old way to keep your favorite varieties for a number of uses. Here, we will discuss how to can tomatoes, as well as different uses for them: http://www.homecanningguide.com/2013/08/home-canning-tomatoes-the-right-way/
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