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    If you love to prepare food but haven't learned to can yet, now is a great time to begin. Spring is here and with it the arrival of truly fresh fruits and vegetables. With farmers markets popping up everywhere, fresh produce is easier to get than ever. Canning allows you to create your own...
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    "Preserving was almost a mania with Mrs. Bergson....When there was nothing to preserve, she began to pickle." --Willa Cather, 'Death Comes for the Archbishop' (1927) I'm the type of person that tends to wonder a lot, and I've been this way as long as I can remember. Being an avid bicyclist...
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    Written by Pam Grant DISCLAIMER: The preparation described below is a raw pack, pressure canning method of preserving meat. The newest versions of The Ball Canning Guide no longer recommend a raw pack method. For safety reasons, they recommend using a method which slightly precooks the meat...
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    A classic way to enjoy figs is as preserves, and chefs throughout coastal South Carolina make them since the area has a prime climate for bumper fig crops. They start turning ripe in July, and the crop continues through August. Pastry Chef Tina Spaltro of the Marina Inn at Grande Dunes in...
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