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Forum: Canning/Preserving 07-14-2010, 02:50 AM
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Posted By sbemt456
(blushin) Thanks Paul. Have a great...

(blushin) Thanks Paul.



Have a great day!

stella
Forum: Canning/Preserving 07-13-2010, 02:25 AM
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Posted By sbemt456
Oh my goodness, lol am laffin at my self. I...

Oh my goodness, lol am laffin at my self. I posted this in the wrong thread. Paul if you would be so kind as to move it. I guess thas what happens when you open too many tabs and then post. :shout:
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Forum: Canning/Preserving 07-13-2010, 02:14 AM
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Posted By sbemt456
I did a good deal of canning yesterday and today....

I did a good deal of canning yesterday and today. We make pickles of some kind at least every other day. Have made several quarts of bread and butter and dills this year already. We use a lot of...
Forum: Canning/Preserving 06-28-2010, 01:33 AM
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Posted By sbemt456
Another quart of onion flakes done and the...

Another quart of onion flakes done and the dehydrator is loaded with onions again. They should be nice and dry in the morning so they can go in a jar and be vacuum sealed. Sometime this week I hope...
Forum: Canning/Preserving 06-27-2010, 03:28 AM
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Posted By sbemt456
I got about a bushel of onions peeled and sliced...

I got about a bushel of onions peeled and sliced and the dehydrator loaded and running. I have another large container full that will go in tomorrow after the others are dry.
As for vacuum sealing...
Forum: Canning/Preserving 06-23-2010, 01:54 PM
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Posted By sbemt456
Hi Shannon, I freezer the dill heads as well as...

Hi Shannon, I freezer the dill heads as well as snip off the fronds to use in pickles. I do freeze some of the lil leaves or fronds, chopped for use in seasoning. I like the dill flavor in potato...
Forum: Canning/Preserving 06-23-2010, 02:23 AM
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Posted By sbemt456
Too hot and humid to do much outside but maybe...

Too hot and humid to do much outside but maybe cut and dry more herbs. So I have a drying box with basil leaves in it and some chamomile flowers on a cookie sheet out in the summer kitchen. I will be...
Forum: Canning/Preserving 06-16-2010, 06:36 PM
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Posted By sbemt456
:lol: Mary if you had leftover bits of dynamite...

:lol: Mary if you had leftover bits of dynamite you didnt do THAT job quite right.
My dehydrator is again loaded with onions to make onions flakes. I already have a half gallon jar 2/3 full of...
Forum: Canning/Preserving 06-14-2010, 08:05 PM
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Posted By sbemt456
Out of desire for growing space for a few loofa...

Out of desire for growing space for a few loofa gourds I pulled the onions that were in the bed here in the back yard. Got them all sliced and most of them in the dehydrator. They actually turned out...
Forum: Canning/Preserving 06-14-2010, 05:13 AM
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Posted By sbemt456
NotSoFast, I dont know what the matter could be...

NotSoFast, I dont know what the matter could be with basil taking long to dry, I dont usually have that problem. But maybe sometimes when the leaves get bunched together on the trays it takes a...
Forum: Canning/Preserving 06-13-2010, 02:21 AM
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Posted By sbemt456
I have done onions in the house with no big...

I have done onions in the house with no big problem but mostly tried to keep the dehydrator out on the deck. This year it is out in the summer kitchen so no problems. I have some fever few in there...
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