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Thanks ArcheryRob, I'll give it a try. Always tons of Zuchs!
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Old November 25th, 2020, 05:22 AM #212
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Thanks ArcheryRob, I'll give it a try. Always tons of Zuchs!
I texted his wife and she said she made cinnamon apples with cucumbers. she did not openly volunteer the recipe, but I can ask again. They grew english cucumbers, but I only grow the pickle kind because that is all we eat
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I texted his wife and she said she made cinnamon apples with cucumbers. she did not openly volunteer the recipe, but I can ask again. They grew english cucumbers, but I only grow the pickle kind because that is all we eat
We've made it at my house with cheyote fruits, and it's incredible. However, those are a bit hard to find.
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We've made it at my house with cheyote fruits, and it's incredible. However, those are a bit hard to find.
Ha Ha I read that and saw peyote!
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Last week I found a store selling 10lb boxes of sausage links for $3. Seemed like a deal I couldn't pass so I bought 2 boxes. All the freezers are full so I decided to can them. This was a first for me but I think they turned out well. Time will tell.
I couldn't double stack them so I had to have both canners going. 1 old Kerr jar broke in the first batch and the last group has about 30 minutes left. I'll have 27 pint jars with 10-12 links in each jar when I'm done.
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Last week I found a store selling 10lb boxes of sausage links for $3. Seemed like a deal I couldn't pass so I bought 2 boxes. All the freezers are full so I decided to can them. This was a first for me but I think they turned out well. Time will tell.
I couldn't double stack them so I had to have both canners going. 1 old Kerr jar broke in the first batch and the last group has about 30 minutes left. I'll have 27 pint jars with 10-12 links in each jar when I'm done.

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Last week I found a store selling 10lb boxes of sausage links for $3. Seemed like a deal I couldn't pass so I bought 2 boxes. All the freezers are full so I decided to can them. This was a first for me but I think they turned out well. Time will tell.
I couldn't double stack them so I had to have both canners going. 1 old Kerr jar broke in the first batch and the last group has about 30 minutes left. I'll have 27 pint jars with 10-12 links in each jar when I'm done.
Cool!!!!

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I used pint jars that I washed first then sterilized by placing them in boiling water for a minute or so.
I put the links in raw and didn't add anything extra to the jars. I processed them at 10 psi for 90 minutes.
All of them took except for the broken one and I"m pretty sure that happened because the jar was too cold when it went in the canner. I heard a crack when the first few were put in but didn't see anything when I looked them over. The rest of the jars I sat in hot water to warm them before putting in the canner
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Wow, my daughter wanted to make more apple butter and I think we are set up for two years. Half a bushel each of Fuji and Granny Smith. Did you know a whole bushel won’t fit into one canning pot until cooked all the way down. Must use 15# of sugar and makes 40 pints!!!
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Wow, my daughter wanted to make more apple butter and I think we are set up for two years. Half a bushel each of Fuji and Granny Smith. Did you know a whole bushel won’t fit into one canning pot until cooked all the way down. Must use 15# of sugar and makes 40 pints!!!
Beautiful work!!!
Makes me want to fire up the kettle!!
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