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Testing Jars for Proper Seal | Miscellaneous Canning Safety
Testing Jars for Proper Seal
After the jars have cooled for 12 to 24 hours, they need to be check for a proper seal before they can be stored.
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How to Prevent Too Hard Ice Cream
When ice cream is eaten freshly made, there is not a problem with it becoming too hard.
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Selecting a Container | Blanching Rhubarb | Freezing Methods
Rhubarb can be frozen so it can be stored for a longer period of time.
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Stewed Rhubarb | Baked Baked | Rhubarb Jam
Rhubarb can be eaten raw but because of its tartness, it is generally cooked and sweetened first.
A perennial plant that has celery-like stalks that are greenish pink to dark red in color. Garden variety Rhubarb that is grown outside during the summer months matures from a green into a light pink colored stalk with streaks of green amongst lighter red shades of color.