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Author Topic: Canned Fruit, Preserves, and Jellies: Household Methods of Preparation  (Read 3833 times)

Sustainablehome

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The Project Gutenberg EBook of Canned Fruit, Preserves, and Jellies:
Household Methods of Preparation, by Maria Parloa

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I love jams, jellies and preserves ... a great way to have fruit all year round.
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Brenda did you get laid off or hijack a truck full of red bull? You really shouldn't have more than.... oh maybe 12 a day.
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Me too, Canuck. That's why I am so happy it has been two weeks with no diabetes meds! I can still enjoy everything I have been canning for the last few years! And Darren? Nope! This is just me.  You'll see. I get on tangents, share my finds, then disappear for a while. Hopefully that last part won't happen anytime soon! :)

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YAY on no diabetes meds :) Controlling it by diet?

You better watch it, Darren, Brenda asked for admin powers so she could fix up the food section... lol.
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Yes, had to be just diet since I've only lost 10 pounds.  Exactly, Canuck.  I have the power!  LOL!

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Brenda,
Thanks for sharing as always, and for your help on the site as well. I am glad to hear no need for meds for the diabetes situation.
Your posts are always pretty darn good, and helpful. Thanks again,
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I'm glad that diet is controlling your sugar levels, Brenda. Much better that way I think.
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Canuck I would recommend that you NOT give Brenda mod powers UNLESS samples are provided for each jam or jelly preserve that she lists. Any veggie grown in the garden would be exempt. ;D ;D
Jar would of course be washed and returned within 60 months.
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60 months!?  Well, I guess that would be better than my current rate of return ... 0.  If we were just a tad bit closer, I would consider your suggestion.  :)

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Re: Canned Fruit, Preserves, and Jellies: Household Methods of Preparation
« Reply #10 on: April 22, 2011, 10:30:39 AM »

60 months!?  Well, I guess that would be better than my current rate of return ... 0.  If we were just a tad bit closer, I would consider your suggestion.  :)
Well that is exactly the problem I am having with wine, never get the bottles back. I buy my wine bottles from the wine store then they are all the same. Everyone promises to return them but few do. More of a PITA thing but they are still a buck a piece.
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Re: Canned Fruit, Preserves, and Jellies: Household Methods of Preparation
« Reply #11 on: April 24, 2011, 10:47:03 AM »

Yeah, I hate when people don't return bottles or jars. I have ziplock bags or throw away plastic containers for folks.
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