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Just canned 13 quarts of spicy garlic dill pickles and 6 pints of spicy garlic dilly beans. I looked long and hard for a canner that was compatible with my glass-topped stove, after reading stories online about cracking glass tops with a traditional granite ware canner. I settled on a 20 qt., stainless steel, flat bottomed water bath canner from The Biggest Little Kitchen Store. The person filling the order even called me to confirm that the...
I would like to know where to buy heirloom seeds or non GMO seeds that are organic
ca commented on pmarie question
Is it too late for me to replant--if not the winter squashes, at least some zucchini & cucumbers?
ca commented on LissdexiArt question
My question is simple, where do i start with preserving food? What would be good things to do/try for a beginner?
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merryj commented on Anna Kofi question
What should I be looking for in a food dehydrator?
merryj commented on LissdexiArt question
My question is simple, where do i start with preserving food? What would be good things to do/try for a beginner?
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My question is simple, where do i start with preserving food? What would be good things to do/try for a beginner?
Tulsi commented on SunnyBlooms question
What are the best/easiest ways to control weeds?
Tulsi commented on gally13kms question
Hi all!! I have green beans started (I know...a little late, but I live in Colorado). I have these little black winged bugs all over the underside of the leaves. Can anyone tell me what they are and/or how to get rid of them? This is my first shot at an outdoor garden, and I would really like it to be successful! thank you!

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