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Old 11-28-2014, 09:57 PM
 
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I started on the cranberries tonight - whole berry sauce, relish, and cranberry jalapeno relish. I'll have to see what's left and decide what else I want to make. I'll probably throw the leftovers in the freezer and can some more after Christmas, when it's cold and I want to heat up the kitchen.
Interesting I've never canned them let us know how they turned out when you use them please. Have you ever canned raspberries? I have not & my bff wants to know if I anybody that has personal success with them. Told her I ask here and I did ask my canning group friends but none of them can they freeze them.
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Old 11-29-2014, 12:52 PM
 
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You can can any fruit in syrup; I'm wondering how raspberries would hold up in the heat. They're kinda fragile.


Found this link:

http://www.raspberry-depot.com/canning-raspberries.html
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Old 11-29-2014, 04:38 PM
 
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You can can any fruit in syrup; I'm wondering how raspberries would hold up in the heat. They're kinda fragile.


Found this link:

Canning Raspberries - How to Can Raspberries to Preserve for Storage
Thank you I checked out a bunch of links she was wanting to know if anybody in my circles had tried canning them with what results. I told her about the juice/syrup but I have not canned any berries I only froze them. I'd boil down grapes to can the juice no actual berries though.
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Old 12-05-2014, 05:45 PM
 
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Daughter for a big Doe on opener Day,,then nothing showed up but she is going for Blackpowder so I am crossing Fingers that she will get another one

on the more CRAZY Side ,,,,, after I lost my boxer I did not want another one,,,,, but my darling Daughter stated she needed some Boxer love so we got Mack ( he is now 6 month old ) BEING I AM CRAZY !!!! I got myself a little Female ( 8 weeks old !!!) I am planning on breeding them ( I bred Huskys years ago) .....

Yup I have crossed over to the crazy side ! Jumped on the crazy Traiiiiiiinnnnn
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Old 12-06-2014, 11:22 AM
 
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Daughter for a big Doe on opener Day,,then nothing showed up but she is going for Blackpowder so I am crossing Fingers that she will get another one

on the more CRAZY Side ,,,,, after I lost my boxer I did not want another one,,,,, but my darling Daughter stated she needed some Boxer love so we got Mack ( he is now 6 month old ) BEING I AM CRAZY !!!! I got myself a little Female ( 8 weeks old !!!) I am planning on breeding them ( I bred Huskys years ago) .....

Yup I have crossed over to the crazy side ! Jumped on the crazy Traiiiiiiinnnnn
I get the month of December here for muzzleloader season. I'm hoping to get a couple more does. There is also a late rifle season in January for 2 weeks. My goal is to have the freezer completely stocked full and about 40 jars of deer in the cupboard. I may try canning some browned ground deer.
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Old 01-25-2015, 08:56 PM
 
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This thread was on page 4???? Wow reckon I've not been here for a while.

I opened up a quart jar of green beans from 2 summers ago they smelled just like fresh summer picked and tasted the same. Oh the riches of home canning eh?
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Old 01-26-2015, 09:09 AM
 
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This thread was on page 4???? Wow reckon I've not been here for a while.

I opened up a quart jar of green beans from 2 summers ago they smelled just like fresh summer picked and tasted the same. Oh the riches of home canning eh?
All I need to do is glance at my raspberry jam and I smile. On a cold New England day it brings a bit of late summer sunshine to the day.
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Old 01-26-2015, 11:04 AM
 
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All I need to do is glance at my raspberry jam and I smile. On a cold New England day it brings a bit of late summer sunshine to the day.
My home canned jars look much prettier in the cupboard than store bought tin can with labels for sure.
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Old 01-26-2015, 03:09 PM
 
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All I need to do is glance at my raspberry jam and I smile. On a cold New England day it brings a bit of late summer sunshine to the day.
Whenever I open a jar of tomatoes - only a few left, since my tomato crop was abysmal last summer - I stick my nose in the mouth of the jar and inhale deeply for a minute or two. Ahhhhhh ...

I think I"ll make a peach cobbler tonight with the peach pie filling I made last summer. Thanks for the inspiration!
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Old 01-26-2015, 08:53 PM
 
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Whenever I open a jar of tomatoes - only a few left, since my tomato crop was abysmal last summer - I stick my nose in the mouth of the jar and inhale deeply for a minute or two. Ahhhhhh ...

I think I"ll make a peach cobbler tonight with the peach pie filling I made last summer. Thanks for the inspiration!
Hi~ I just made an apple crisp last week I think I have enough for 2 more or pies maybe. Enjoy your peach cobbler I haven't put up any peaches for a few years now. Miss them.
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