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Old 09-08-2008, 08:45 PM   #1
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Canning corn and beans, dehydrating tomatoes

This takes my whole night after work. I cut corn off the cob and filled jars, and cleaned and cut beans and filled jars. The processing times are not the same so I am going with the longer time. The tomatoes I dehydrate romas, cut in half, and big tomatoes in thick slices, they take about 14 hours, then I freeze the shrunk remains.
After work it takes most of my night, I am 10 minutes into pressure canning for 55 minutes. Fall takes a beating for canning. I want to go fishing again. Thanks for listening. ~Bliss
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