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There are two basic methods used in home canning.  The method you choose depends on the type of food you want to can.  Some foods require higher temperatures than a waterbath can produce, for this you need a pressure canner. Many can be done in a simple waterbath. These methods will be demonstrated in the following videos as well as many canning recipes.

Introduction to canning part 1 ( the basics )                            Introduction to canning part 2 ( water bath )

Introduction ( part 3 ) Pressure canning                                      Wild Rose Hip Jam from fresh rose hips

Wild Beach Plum Jelly (  Cape Cod delicacy )                                         Wild  - Rose Petal Jelly

                 Making  Wild Cherry Jelly                                                               Testing fruit for pectin 

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