Re: More canning Green beans in reply to PJH, 08-03-2013 12:34:47
I use any I can find at yard sales etc. Did 7 qt or green bean then 6 pints of beans. Then after I got those done I did 1 qt and 6 pints of bread and butter pickles and then 6 pints of dill. Would have been 7 pints of dill but had one jar break as it was in the hot water bath
Re: More canning Green beans in reply to JayinNY, 08-03-2013 12:55:35
Yeah Jay - they're good. My wife fixed a big pot of fresh green beans, new potatoes, a whole onion, and a big chunk of ham, all cooked in an old cast iron dutch oven. She used chicken broth for the liquid. We've been eating on it for several days now. Seems like the more you re-heat it, the better it tastes.
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