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LH 73: Canning Jar Storage Tips

The proper way to store your canning jars

[Encore Episode]

Although there’s a new intro to this episode, the main topic is an encore presentation from last year.

Why am I playing an encore?

Well, I have an exciting reason!

I’m working on a brand new project for Living Homegrown and I needed to devote a couple of weeks of my full focus on it. I’ll be filling you all in as soon as I can.

But rather than just stop the podcast for two weeks (I KNEW you wouldn’t want THAT), I’m running an encore of one my more popular episodes from last year. This episode is packed with valuable canning info every canner should know.

Enjoy the episode!

In This Episode, You learn:

  • The most important canning jar ring safety practice
  • Why photographs of home canned food are so misleading
  • The optimal time to remove canning rings
  • Three key reasons these recommendations are important
  • The storage mistake that can waste your canning efforts

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About the Author:

Theresa Loe is the founder of Living Homegrown® and the Canning Academy®. For 9 years, Theresa was the Co-Executive Producer & Canning Expert on the national PBS gardening series, Growing A Greener World®. Theresa homesteads on just 1/10th of an acre in Los Angeles with her husband, two sons and several disorderly but totally adorable chickens. Learn more about Living Homegrown here and about the Canning Academy here.