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Re: Canning Squash

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08-07-2013 18:47:23

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I never canned butternut squash... tried yellow summer squash once. Never again!!! Bless you if you can give it away. Just recovering from sticker shock on the canning lids this year. $2.99 for a box of 12! I would love to try some if you are anywhere near SE PA. This has not been a good year for canning in this area.

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08-08-2013 15:27:43

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 Re: Canning Squash in reply to jimg.allentown, 08-07-2013 18:47:23  
Hello Jimg.allentown,

While working at Mobil, I came to Allentown for the company many times. I'll keep you in mind if I can't give away the extra squash. I do occasionally go to Philly, so we may be able to make a swap, from my garden to you. The squash right now has a soft skin, and you can eat it all!
Never had it this tender, and I like it. I never had it like this, and never so it for sale. Only butternut squash I knew had a hard skin just like a pumpkin. Have a good day......................Guido.

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08-08-2013 06:04:59

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 Re: Canning Squash in reply to jimg.allentown, 08-07-2013 18:47:23  
Wally world had Kerr lids on sale for less than 2.00 for a dozen. Regular mouth. They also had some cheaper "made in china" lids. Told the wife to never buy those. Bad enough the American company lids are getter made cheaper, cannot imagine how bad the china ones would be. May even be made from one of my old cars. lol

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08-08-2013 05:20:47

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 Re: Canning Squash in reply to jimg.allentown, 08-07-2013 18:47:23  
If you look, Ball lids are no longer Ball. A co named Jardin home products bought the Ball and Kerr name, therefore no competition. Last year for the first time, some relish I made, the top ate through in about 3 months, so I think they are making them "Cheaper" not "better".
Bernardin seems to still be the original company IF you can find them

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