"Preserve Fruits, Veggies and Meats By Canning Them - Save Big By Buying Local Produce In Season and Enjoying It Througout The Year"
For as long as I can remember my parents and both sets of grandparents kept a decent sized vegetable garden. As soon as it was time to harvest, we started canning… green beans, carrots, potatoes, onions, tomatoes. Whatever bounty the soil would bring, was preserved in one way or another. A few things were frozen or dried, but the majority was canned in glass jars.
Canning is a great way to preserve all sorts of foods, but it can be quite intimidating at first. You need to choose a method (pressure canning vs. water bath canning), find the right jars and equipment and of course make sure the food is safely preserved.
Canning To The Rescue!
Over the past weeks, I’ve talked to friends and family members. Together they have several hundred years of canning experience. Some of them (like my mother and grandmother) prefer the pressure canning method, while I’m more of a water bath “kinda-gal”. The end result is this Canning Made Simple ebook.
With Canning Made Simple, you'll learn more about what makes canning such a great way to preserve food, learn more about how the process and techniques have changed over the years and of course how you can get started right away.
You won't believe how simple the process is ...
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P.S. Don't let all that produce go to waste the next time you get a great deal the farmers market, have a friend share their garden bounty with you or when your own garden produces more than you and your family can enjoy. Instead, preserve it by canning.
P.P.S. Remember, you'll get instant access to this ebook so that you can start learning how to plan meals right away. There are no extra costs or wait time for shipping. What are you waiting for? Click here to order your copy now!