Kettle Klatches! Preserving Your Soup Garden

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After a gardening break over the summer, Carol Alexander and I are back in the saddle and back with another episode of Kettle Klatches!.  In this session we talk about preserving your soup garden by canning, freezing, and dehydrating your home grown herbs and vegetables.  

The featured printable: Canning and Processing Times for Basic Crops is listed below. 

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(Please note: WordPress does not play nice with the pdf file I’ve uploaded for printing.  For best results, I recommend clicking on the link, downloading it to your computer, and printing it from there. Thank you!)

Also be sure to take a look at our free ebook of soup recipes (see the sidebar for the link) as a thank you for listening in!

Canning printable

Resources mentioned in this session:

 

All American Pressure Canner

Jenny’s Favorite Strainer

L’Equip 6 Tray Food Dehydrator

Tatler Lids

Ball Blue Book Guide to Preserving

 

Thanks for joining us!

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Kettle Klatches! Preserving Your Soup Garden — 1 Comment

  1. Thank you so much, Jenny and Carol, for sharing your soup garden ideas and your recipes. The whole idea of soup made from my garden is warming me from crown to heel. And Jenny, the names of the “chick or treators” are almost as cute as the chicks! However…. NOTHING is cuter than those chicks. ~Blessings.