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  • #61
    another day, another couple of runs through the canner .... today, squash relish
    Jim
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    • #62
      a new year, a new canning season .... on the way back from spending the summer in South Dakota we picked up a bushel of white half runner green beans at the Asheville, NC farmer's market on Wednesday, got home on Thursday, on Friday my job was to string and snap them while Maureen operated the canner .... next week we move to canning tomatoes
      Jim
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      • #63
        8-13-18 .... phase two, canning tomatoes .... earlier this morning we purchased two boxes of canning tomatoes from a local farmer who has a long history of producing a high quality crop .... canning tomatoes takes much less time that green beans .... bottom line, a few hours later Maureen has canned 25 quarts and 1 pint .... with what we still have leftover from last year, we should be good to go .... most likely, our next batch will be pickles
        Jim
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