This is a discussion on In love with a canning queen within the Survival Food Procurement forums, part of the Off-Grid Lifestyle category; Guys, my wife has gone crazy... Just kidding, she just like to can jam and sell them at craft fairs. Found these racks for FREE ...
HA, ok now they are all turned?
Didn't wanna fight getting through the door and right hand turn to the pantry, so for a few months they will sit outside the pantry.
Wish I could back my truck up to the door and load the whole thing up on sale weekends.
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Deebo, how does your wife keep those jars from sliding off the rack?
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Mrs Deebo has got it going on! What types of Jelly and Jam is she making?
I really think you need an unbiased taste center, . . . they will check the product, . . . assess the value, . . . and write an unbiased report on the sweetness, taste, ease of spreading, etc.
I know a guy who is in the business, . . . he'll probably, because you are a semi "public servant" with your pod casts, give you a discount for his services, . . . maybe even do it for free,
Simply box up 2 jars of each flavor, . . . deliver them to my address, . . . I'll make sure he gets them.
And there will be no charge for the bread and butter he will use for the "toast taste test".
Just let me know how soon it is sent, . . . I'll be on the lookout for the package.
May God bless,
I do the canning in this household and I am into jams big-time. I make peach, raspberry, blueberry, and blackberry. This year I would like to try making applebutter, too. Unfortunately, my blackberry crop failed this year. But I tried whipping up an experimental batch with frozen blackberries from Walmart and it turned out good. Jams are pretty easy and taste wonderful on fresh homemade breads.