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Better Homes and Gardens You Can Can: A Guide to Canning, Preserving, and Pickling Paperback – May 14 2010
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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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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.
Since I was able to keep this book I put it to good use. I have made numerous recipes including "Hot-Style Chili Sauce" page 144 and "Farmers Market Corn Salsa" page 122. All of the recipes I have tried so far have ROCKED!! If you're looking for a canning book for HIGH ACID canning this book wont disappoint.