canning string beans with Rodney VanAlstine Homesteading living well on half an acre 4

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Homesteading living well on half an acre canning string beans with Rodney VanAlstine on Shepherds Path Farm.

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3 Responses to canning string beans with Rodney VanAlstine Homesteading living well on half an acre 4

  1. Gotcha. Just wondering if expansion would get past seal on the flats. Been
    a LONG time since I helped with this. Even then I was more the plant it
    work it pick it boy. Lol. Only when it was raining did I help the women
    with the canning. We had a full acre garden so always work out there.
    Thanks for reply. God Bless. Picking dewberries and English peas in Mobile.
    Living well on an acre in LA(lower Alabama) :-)

    Shaun Turner
    April 5, 2014 at 9:37 pm
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  2. Although there are many ways people can and preserve their foods, I put the
    lids on tight before i put them in the pressure cooker, if you don’t they
    will boil all the liquid out of them during processing and some do anyway
    but will still have less chance of that happening.

    rodney vanalstine
    April 5, 2014 at 9:52 pm
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  3. Thought you tightened lids TIGHT after pressure cooker

    Shaun Turner
    April 5, 2014 at 10:47 pm
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