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You Can Can!: A Visual Step-by-Step Guide to Canning, Preserving, and Pickling, with 100 Recipes [Paperback]

Better Homes & Gardens
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Book Description

June 1 2010 Better Homes and Gardens Cooking
A comprehensive beginner's guide to home canning and preserving, complete with tasty recipes!

Preserving your own fruits and vegetables is an affordable and sustainable way to sweeten your pantry with delicious seasonal bounty to last all year. With Better Homes and Gardens You Can Can!, you'll learn everything you ever needed to know about canning and preserving your farmer's market finds and the fresh produce from your garden. Whether you're canning for the first time or just want to refresh your skills, this is the perfect guide.

All the basics are covered, from hot water baths and freezing techniques to food safety information and clever ideas for making gifts from your preserves. With a wide variety of recipes and step-by-step instruction, this book is clear and straightforward enough for any inspired do-it-yourselfer.

  • Includes 100 recipes for classic flavors as well as bold new delights
  • Features more than 50 beautiful color photos, including step-by-step photos to guide the novice canner through the most critical procedures
  • Covers all the basics of equipment and ingredients and provides handy charts and go-to lists, as well as tips on produce seasonality

With recipes for jams, jellies, preserves, and chutneys, as well as pickles, relishes, and veggies, this book proves that you really can can!


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From the Back Cover

The fun and simple guide that proves you really can can!

Canning and preserving your own fruits and vegetables is a fun, affordable, and sustainable way to fill your pantry with the season's bounty all year long. This inspirational-yet-practical guide offers hands-on advice and helpful tips to start canning and preserving your farmer's market favorites or the fresh produce from your own garden. With 100 delicious recipes to fire your imagination, including pickles, jams, jellies, chutneys, salsas, sauces, and even homemade cordials, you'll find everything you need to make your own preserves and canned fruits and vegetables at home!

  • Learn all the basics-from water baths to freezing techniques-plus food safety tips and clever gift ideas

  • Beautiful photos guide you through every step from garden-fresh to pantry-ready

  • Includes equipment and ingredients, handy charts and lists, and tips on produce seasonality

About the Author

The iconic BETTER HOMES AND GARDENS brand is one of America's most trusted sources for information on cooking, gardening, home improvement, home design, decorating, and crafting. Today, the brand encompasses books, magazines, and digital media.

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4.0 out of 5 stars happy canning April 25 2014
Format:Paperback|Verified Purchase
good understanding in the process of canning and how to enjoy your fruits of labor during the year. great visuals
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4.0 out of 5 stars Very good Aug. 29 2010
By K. Matheny - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback
My husband and I just moved into a house with a fantastic yard for gardening and 5 peach and nectarine trees. We got this book to help up preserve all the precious fruit this fall.

Ive looked through it and it has great charts and explanations for the process. However in the back there is one small typo that incorrectly stated what the boiling point of water does at altitude. Which made the altitude section a little confusing. the boiling point of water goes DOWN the higher the altitude is. So at sea level, 212 degrees F, at 5000 ft 202.

Otherwise this book is fantastic for the canning process giving me ideas and providing plenty of pictures. I was actually surprised at how useful the book was, when I purchased it for 17 dollars I was expecting to only use the pickle and peach recipes, but the entire book has provided useful so far.
64 of 67 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars you really can can July 3 2010
By Texas Girl - Published on Amazon.com
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I have many home canning books. This is one of the best. I have canned for 7 years so I know the process. But if I just started I would highly recommend this book. Once again Better Homes and Gardens did a great job.
39 of 39 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars A good beginners book. Aug. 17 2011
By S. Lindsey - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback
This book is very well organized and is full of useful information for beginners. I have used several of the recipes. Some have turned out beautiful and some had to be trashed despite having followed the recipes exactly. I've also noticed that some of the beautiful pictures are not accurate reflections of the recipes which I find very dissappointing. For example, the recipe will say to dice the peppers but in the picture the peppers were used whole. It does discuss sodium reduction despite what another reviewer claims. I would buy this book again, it's certainly worth the money for all the information. Just be careful with the recipes or you will be out several pounds of figs.
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5.0 out of 5 stars you really can, can Sept. 10 2010
By camaikman - Published on Amazon.com
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No dancing around this, you can can! This book is basic enough to get your rolling AND has a decent assortment of recipes to try. My garden was not as prosperous as I would have liked this year but next year, look out - and I plan on using a lot more of the recipes from this book to handle my bounty.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Clean, Clear, Relevant Reference Jan. 14 2011
By Freckles - Published on Amazon.com
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I'm new to canning. I wanted ONE book, ONE book to tell me exactly what I needed to know and give me some good, basic recipes for things that I'd actually be able to use. This is it. There are no gaps. I don't think I will ever need or want to purchase another book on canning after this one.
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