Homemade Dill Pickles.

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Prepper Series - How to Dry Can Beans and Rice (This controls bugs and larvae in food stores)

IF YOU HAVE MOISTURE IN JARS AFTER SEALING, DO THIS: NOTHING!! The moisture will re-absorb in a few hours after cooling! All is well! I do not suggest dry canning pasta in humid climates. Just vacuum seal in jars with 02absorbers or with Ball lid attacment on food saver. Best wishes! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ There is a list of items you can dry can at end of video...so bring a pen and paper to the table! If you have dry canned goods and want to share the items you have successfully dry canned, then by all means, please share with us. We love learning from you as well as teach what we know and love. Blessings!

Making Garlic Dill Pickles For Sale At Farmers Market

These are my Grandfathers recipe for crispy garlic dills. Different states and cities have different rules about what kinds of things we can sell at farmer's markets so be sure to check with your local Health Department to learn what requirements you need to meet and whether this or any other recipe will be legal to sell. When canning, always follow the recommendations and basic canning instructions of the National Center for Home Food Preservation or the latest Ball Blue Book, because those are the experts. Safe canning depends on it! Aug 2016 note: The salt in this recipe is required as part of the preservation. Here is what the NCHFP says about salt content and pickles: ""However, the salt used in making fermented sauerkraut and brined pickles not only provides characteristic flavor but also is vital to safety and texture. In fermented foods, salt favors the growth of desirable bacteria while inhibiting the growth of others. Caution: Do not attempt to make sauerkraut or fermented pickles by cutting back on the salt required." http://nchfp.uga.edu/how/can_06/prep_foods.html "Recipes for pickles with reduced sodium content are provided in Guide 6 of the USDA Complete Guide to Home Canning." http://nchfp.uga.edu/publications/publications_usda.html "PawPaw's Pickles" Brine: 10 cups of water (boiled and cooled, drinking water or filtered water) 2 cups white vinegar 5% acidity 1 1/4 cups canning salt Mix together and stir until salt is melted. Do not heat. I mix it all in an empty vinegar bottle so that it is easy to store if I don't use it all immediately. Into each empty. STERILE, quart jar put: 2 cloves of fresh garlic 2 pods dried red pepper (I used Chile Arbol. Chile Japones, Chile Pequins, or other small dried peppers would work) 2 teaspoons dried dill seed (OR one "bunch" of fresh dill) 1 fresh dill stem if you have it (I usually don't so I skip this part) 2 grape leaves (use one teaspoon unflavored green tea if you can't get grape leaves. do not use black tea, it will discolor the water). Cut 1/4 inch off the blossom end of each cucumber and discard (it contains enzymes that cause softening). Cut cukes as desired. Pack fresh cucumbers into the jars and pour brine over them to completely cover. Leave 1/2" head space. Put STERILE lids on, finger-tight. For CRISPY PICKLES, I process using the "Low Temperature Pasturization" method according to the instructions and latest recommendations from the National Center for Home Food Preservation: http://nchfp.uga.edu/how/can_06/low_temp_pasteur.html : Start heating water bath canner to 120 degrees Farenheit, and put jars of pickles in the water, making sure the water covers them by at least one inch, then bring up to 180 degrees F. Use a jelly or meat thermometer and keep between 180 degrees - 185 degrees for 30 minutes. Do not allow to go above 185 degrees. If it falls below 180, start the timer over. After 30 minutes, remove and set aside to cool and seal. They are ready to eat the next day. These are best eaten within 9 months (before opening... after opening, they must be refrigerated and eaten withing a couple of weeks). They will keep longer unopened but will eventually soften. The cucumbers must be covered with brine in the jar at all times, either before or after opening.

How to Make Dill Pickles

Ever wanted to be able to make your own pickles? Allison will show you how with a simple cold pack method. You can make whole or spear dill pickles.

Craig's Kitchen - Fermented Pickles

Here's a great way to ferment cucumbers "The Easy Way" and make great Dill Pickles in just 4 days.

How to Can Mom's Dill Pickles: Made in Niagara with Kimberly

Web chef, Kimberly Turner, from http://CookingWithKimberly.com shares with you How to Can Mom's Dill Pickles! * Recipe & Blog Post: http://CookingWithKimberly.com/how-to-can-moms-dill-pickles/ This show is brought to you by Harvest Barn Country Markets! Enter to win their Pickle Palooza contest by October 15th, if you think you have the best pickle recipe: http://HarvestBarn.ca Be a Champion in the Kitchen & Eat Deliciously! * "Like" on Facebook: http://facebook.com/CookingWithKimberly * Subscribe on iFood.tv: http://iFood.tv/CookingWithKimberly * Follow @CookingWithKimE on Twitter: http://twitter.com/CookingWithKimE CREDITS: Fresh Produce: http://HarvestBarn.ca Shirt: http://HollisterCo.com Styling: http://KapowMag.com/fashion Kimberly's Fitness: "Don't Hate...Get in SHAPE!" Register for Classes @ http://BAMNiagara.ca Video Production: http://KapowMag.com/media Music: "Modern Jazz Samba" by Kevin MacLeod - http://Incompetech.com Sounds: "Bomb" by Mike Koenig @ http://SoundBible.com CWK is Made in Niagara! Are you? List your Biz @ http://MadeInNiagara.info/list-your-biz Need Kitchen Gear? Shop @ http://shop.cookingwithkimberly.com

Preserving and Canning foods is a prepper "MUST DO" - " MUST HAVE SKILL" (for my Salsa recipe: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2grf21wFIgw)

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