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By Jackie Clay-Atkinson

This huge ebook is ideal for the kitchen. Departing from canning, this installment of the "Ask Jackie" sequence covers every little thing from greens to vinegar. Spanning from dairy, to grains, to food, to fruit and greens, its pages offer scrumptious recipes, convenient tricks, and functional recommendation for these studying to cook dinner or perfecting their abilities as a self-sufficient homesteader. This suits properly with either Water tub Canning and strain Canning to supply a very accomplished consultant to nutrients guidance.

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Anyway, I need to know what to do with it all. I remember my mother canning summer squash one year and it was an awful mushy mess. I’ve noticed that if you fry apples before canning, they will stay “sliced apples” instead of turning to applesauce. Would the same thing work for summer squash? I’ve tried pickling it, and didn’t really care for the results. I’ve had some success sneaking limited quantities into soups, sauces, etc. Secondarily, what about animal feed? Will cows and pigs eat this stuff?

Bake for 15 minutes at 400 degrees. Turn down heat to 350°F for 45 minutes or until a straw inserted in the center comes out clean. Remember, there’s also pumpkin bars, pumpkin cookies, and pumpkin milk shakes … mmm! Green pumpkin pie Have you ever made pies out of your green pumpkins? You can make one that tastes like apple only better. All you do is cut up your pumpkin in thin slices as you do apples. Then when you mix up your spices for apple pie and mix with the pumpkin slices and sugar, add ¼ cup of apple cider vinegar and mix well.

He will not even tell us the ingredients he used. So we are at a loss. They are truly delicious and we would love to know how to make them. If you have any suggestions, we would greatly appreciate them. We searched Google and couldn’t find anything on honey garlic sausages. Cydrina Ernst Here’s how I do it. Honey garlic sausage: 5 lbs. beef 10 lbs. pork 1 ground onion 1 Tbsp. garlic juice � cup salt � cup brown sugar � cup honey 2 Tbsp. black pepper Mix beef (or elk, moose or venison) with pork, onion, garlic juice, salt, brown sugar, honey, and black pepper.

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