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How to Save on Canning Supplies - Tips for saving money on canning supplies. Where to find canning supplies for very little money or for free.

How to Save on Canning Supplies

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Keep some of your rhubarb abundance to enjoy this winter by canning it! Canning rhubarb is actually really easy. This post has a great photo tutorial to show you how to do it!

Canning Rhubarb

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how to can cherries recipe - i should do this this weekend! Sam's and Dillon's have great deals on cherries this week!!!

Canning 101 – How to Can Cherries

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The Canner's Cookbook is a FREE download during the month of June! This 35 page ebook will give you recipes and inspiration on how to use your home canned goods.

Canning Dill Pickles. Site has other canning stuff. My second favorite thing to can. I have the greatest old recipe from my family. The best

"This strawberry jam is one of the best things you’ll ever taste. No lie. You will never, ever want to eat jam from the store again. Not only is it way better for you, because it’s fresh and doesn’t have horrible things in it like high-fructose corn syrup and weird artificial dyes, it also makes a fantastic, super-cheap, seriously impressive gift. Why? Because people love jam and, for some reason, everyone thinks making it is really hard.:))"

Amazing site- called Living off the Grid- Tons of canning info

Easy Raspberry Lime Freezer Jam comes together in minutes, only 4 ingredients and less sugar than regular preserved jams.

How to store stuff from your garden all winter long. Properly.

Just because you're preparing for hurricane disasters doesn't mean you have to eat like a poor college student. These meals in jars have shelf lives of 5 to 7 years. This blog has instructions on how to make a large variety of meals that can be prepared with minimal effort and resources. Pin now, look later @ Zanetta Roam this made me think of you

How to make your own: peanut butter, yogurt, bread, spaghetti sauce, pasta, biscotti, salsa, guacamole, jams and jellies, baby food, granola bars, cheeses, barebecue sauce, ice cream, hummus, pesto, applesauce, pretzels, potato chips and dog treats.

7 things you should make, not buy: Food from scratch

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