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Preserving the Harvest

Taking our fresh foods and preserving them by home canning, without the preservatives and harmful things the commercial companies put into their products, is one of the most loving acts we can do for ourselves and our families. Everything that we pack into our canning jars and process to preserve the old fashioned way is testimony of our commitment to healthier, simpler and more meaningful times. Come and join us as we gather around the canning jars and listen for that old, familiar sound...

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  1. Preserving the Harvest - Recipes

    Here's where we have pictures and recipes for the different things we home can, or preserve in a variety of ways.

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  2. Tools of the Trade

    Find out everything you need to know with the equipment needed to safely preserve your foods at home...whether it be about canners, dehydrators or anything else!

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