How to Pressure Can Green Beans (Raw Pack Method) | I'm all for saving time in the kitchen! No woman ever said, "I have way too much time on my hands these days." But in the interest of saving time, we can't sacrifice food safety. I consider some quick canning methods to be unsafe. Not the raw pack method, though -- it's both safe and time-saving. A win-win! | GNOWFGLINS.com
How to Pressure Can Green Beans (Raw Pack Method)
How to Pressure Can Green Beans (Raw Pack Method) | Gardening
Raised Beds inside fence...love the look of this!!!
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