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How to Can Beans: Tutorial (as always double-check the canning information to make sure that you use the correct methods, time, and pressure for your location -- your local extension service should be able to tell you this information)
I still had the canning bug, so I woke up early this morning and got started on some dry beans. Beans are a cheap thing to practice on for new canners (pintos were actually the first thing I canne...
~How to can dry beans~ I used to cook up big batches of beans and then freeze them, but lately I've been canning them instead. Not only does it save room in my freezer, but it also prevents me from forgetting to thaw them out in time...
Preserve Dried Goods and Store for Up to 20 Years!!..What you need: Dried goods (rice, pasta, cereal, dried fruit, dried vegetables, dried herbs, etc) Canning jars of any shape or size Canning lids to fit the canning jars Cookie sheet Paper towel Water