Most Popular Canning and Preserving Posts of 2012

by Merissa on December 28, 2012

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Here is a roundup of the most popular canning and preserving posts from 2012! Did you do any of these things?

Preserving Orange Juice

Canning Dried Beans

Canned Oranges

Canned Apple Pie Filling

Canning Potatoes

Homemade Ketchup

Frugal Cold Storage

Canned Pork N Beans

Canning Tomatoes

Drying Kale

Did you try any of these canning or preserving ideas this year? What posts would you like to see next year?

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1 Patricia December 28, 2012 at 4:26 pm

I missed so many of these… I’m pinning THIS POST! on my recipes board. So I can come back and reference it often. I’m hoping to do more and more of this next year. So thanks! Pat

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2 Teri December 28, 2012 at 7:15 pm

I’ve tried all except ketchup. The beans I’ve canned are white beans, chili with red beans, Boston baked beans and black beans. I love reading about others who are canning, drying and preserving food all year long. I just got done canning 7 qts of turkey broth from our Christmas turkey (plus made soup for dinner tonight and cooked rice in broth for lunch yesterday).
I would like to do more meats (bacon and beef stew are on my list) so any information you have about this would sure help! thanks Teri

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