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Pickled Peppers, by the Pint or by the Peck

For a primer on both pickling with vinegar and water-bath canning, see my recent post at the website Eating Rules.

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Rice Vinegar for Home Canning

Tom Reynolds, director of food service and industrial marketing for Marukan, wants to sell the company’s rice vinegar to home canners. Apparently he has a ready market; more than three hundred home canners “liked” Marukan rice vinegar on the company’s … Continue reading

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Innovations in Canning Tools

A company called Progressive is about to release to the market a set of five new tools for home canners, and I’ve had an early opportunity to try them out. Here’s what I’ve found. The stainless-steel wire jar rack, 10½ inches … Continue reading

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More Evidence that Alcoholic Drinks Are Good for You

Here’s to the man who drinks water pure and goes to bed quite sober. Here’s to the man who drinks water pure and goes to bed quite sober. He falls as the leaves do fall, falls as the leaves do … Continue reading

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