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Canning

Preserve fresh summer flavors all winter long when you become an expert at canning. Our recipes and how-to canning videos will guide you through the process, from sterilization to filling the cans with yummy jams and vegetables. Canning can be time-consuming, but you won’t regret it once winter arrives!

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Cook up a batch of the tastiest apple butter in no time by making it in a slow cooker with this recipe from Amy Traverso, author of "The Apple Lover's Cookbook." This recipe also includes instructions for canning apple butter.

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Be careful not to crush the berries too much in Step one; you want the jam to have some texture. Liquid pectin can be substituted for the powdered pectin with no difference in results. Simply reverse the order in which the pectin and lemon juice are added.

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Pressure canning is the best way to preserve the flavor of corn. Even though the sugar in sweet corn causes browning, the discoloration does not hurt the food. Recipe copyright 2012 by Eugenia Bone.

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Savor the plummiest of jams on toast, spooned over thick Greek yogurt, or as a chutneylike partner for sliced turkey. You can also prepare this recipe using other stone fruits, such as peaches, nectarines, or apricots.

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These recipes have been adapted from "Mes Confitures: The Jams and Jellies of Christine Ferber" by Christine Ferber. Text copyright 2002 by Christine Ferber. Reprinted by permission of Michigan State University Press.