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Thread: Canning--Summer Bounty

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    Super Member Barbm's Avatar
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    Apr 2007
    blink and you've missed it
    I posted the recipe for the chocolate zucchini cake in the recipe section! Enjoy!


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    Power Poster CarrieAnne's Avatar
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    Apr 2010
    Whitewater, WI
    My garden is about at the end too, I still have a few cukes, and tomatoes, and I want to plant some Fall spinach!

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    Senior Member DebbyT's Avatar
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    Jun 2010
    Novi Michigan
    I am also in northern Mich, near Traverse City. My tomatoes did better this year than any other time. In my garden down state, I only got about 1/4 the yield. I still have a lot to harvest. I freeze mine. I either make sauce or chili.

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    Super Member Pats8e8's Avatar
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    Mar 2009
    Hesperia, CA
    DH just brought in some too big cukes and a few zuchinni's. One nice tomato too. They are about done for now, but the z's are still going and I have beans also still.

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    May 2010
    Springfield,South Carolina
    I can see Santa (fed-ex) delivering all kinds of home canning this year instead of quilts to friends. HINT HINT I live on the main road and fed-ex deliveries to my back door for me.

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    Super Member Tussymussy's Avatar
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    Aug 2010
    UK side of the pond
    He-he......... laughing like a loon here. It just shows how us Brits and you are divided by the same language. Canning - I thought this meant that you actually stored things in cans. It intrigued me, so I looked on the internet and found that you bottle stuff.

    Lol. Me? Haven't got the time or the inclination to sterilise all those jars except for jams (jelly - here jelly is a set dessert like your jello) and chutnies. The rest of it gets cooked, boxed and put in the freezer.

    Probably canning (bottling) fell out of favour here because new, affordable houses here have smallish kitchens and we rarely have basements for storage.

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