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Preserve Summer’s Bounty with made in USA canning supplies, dehydrators, and more

Fall is in the air and home gardens are overflowing with vegetables. Don't have a home garden? Farm stands are filling up to the brim with end of season bounty, and local orchards are awaiting visitors to do the picking. Gather up all of the fresh fruits and vegetables you can now and preserve them to be enjoyed all winter long. Food preserving is becoming more and more popular. People are preferring home preserved fruits and vegetables over store bought canned goods and pre-packaged snacks that are filled with processed additives. In the long run, home preserving is also...

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American Summer: Three Ways to Preserve the Bounty with made in the USA supplies

This post has been reviewed and updated. Check out the most current version here. Fall is in the air and home gardens are overflowing with vegetables. Don't have a home garden? Farm stands are filling up to the brim with end of season bounty, and local orchards are awaiting visitors to do the picking. Gather up all of the fresh fruits and vegetables you can now and preserve them to be enjoyed all winter long. Food preserving is becoming more and more popular. People are preferring the home preserved fruits and vegetables overs store bought canned goods and pre-packaged snacks that are filled with processed additives. In the long run, home preserving is also an economical way to prepare today's excess produce for tomorrows meals. Here are 3 great ways to preserve the flavors of summer with made in the USA supplies. Canning Canning fruits and vegetables is a tradition that has been passed down through generations. Canning is a great way to preserve fruits in jams, jellies and pie fillings. Vegetables are great to use in canning salsas and for pickling. There are 2 ways to can- boiled water bath and pressure canning. Fruits and vegetables that are of low acidic content and are not being pickled, MUST be pressure canned to prevent the risk of botulism. Canned items are best to be used within 8-12 months. Ball...

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