Canning lids and bands–you can’t can without ’em. And these right here are the best prices I’ve found on high-quality lids and bands.
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Whether you’re just starting out on your canning journey, or have been canning for years but want a little encouragement or more insight to help you take your canning to the next level, step into my kitchen and let me share all my simple little canning secrets with you.
I guess you could say this canner is kinda like me… nothing fancy, but she gets the job done.
I just recently discovered these ingenious springs that keep the veggies in the brine really well, no matter how full (or empty) your jar may be.
One of my favorite ways to ferment veggies is with a crock like this one, just like grandma used.
Yeah, I’m well aware that my pressure canner looks a little like a crazy alien space ship, but I’m okay with that. It happens to churn out some amazing jars of food for our pantry every summer and fall.
From applesauce to pearsauce and so much more, this food mill makes your preserving jobs much easier.
After drooling over them for years, I finally upgraded my yard sale dehydrator last year and got an Excalibur. It holds so much more than the round machines and works like a champ!