WE DID IT!!!!! || #EATATHOME DAY 100!!!!!!

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  1. clemsontgr4evr
    clemsontgr4evr says:

    Ruthann Zimmerman (Homesteading with the Zimmermans) posted a pasta sauce recipe for canning recently on her youtube channel. I haven't tried it but all of her recipes are incredibly delicious so I'm sure that one would be great.

  2. Home Living with Momma L
    Home Living with Momma L says:

    congrats on 100 days! Thats amazing. go out and enjoy your anniversary when we do eat at home challenges we do have exceptions birthdays and anniversaries are planned days does not count! dont be hard on yourself we must enjoy special days we work so hard its important to have breaks

  3. Janice Faulk
    Janice Faulk says:

    Just watched Becky at Acrea Homestead and she made roasted marinara sauce and tomato soup from a new book called( All new Ball canning and preservation ) She states there was a lot of jarred meals and etc. may want to check out.

  4. Kathy Tate
    Kathy Tate says:

    Congratulations on meeting Your Goal of 100 days. Now Celebrate by going out if You would like to that is an Amazing Accomplishment. But on one hand You seem to be able to make anything You and Your Family want to Eat Homemade. Again Congratulations!

  5. Nilam Malik
    Nilam Malik says:

    ++++++++++++++++++++++++Your food has a certain enchantment to it. Although I admire your efforts, I was wondering if you could show KHAL viewers a video of you cooking.+.😍 😍😍😍++++++++++++++++

  6. clair boulanger
    clair boulanger says:

    I just canned all my tomatoes into pasta sauce very easy recipe cut off ends of tomato’s throw them all in roaster pan with garlic basil And whatever spices you want bake in oven on 3”50 for two hours blend in blender pour in jars and water bath for 15 minutes

  7. Colleen Howard
    Colleen Howard says:

    I hate you had a jar break but you are right, it was thermal shock. When pressure canning it is important to have water very warm, jars very warm and the ingredients hot. That prevents jars from breaking. I have canned so much the past few months and still have a lot more to do. It's a lot of work but so good! So far….. pickles, tomato relish, potatoes, strawberry jam, chicken stew, vegetable soup, pinto beans, chicken, chicken soup, venison vegetable soup, venison chili, venison sloppy Joe, cowboy candy, beef tips, venison tips, strawberry pie filling, chicken stock and beef stock. Still have to do more pinto beans, apple butter, cherry jam and blueberry jam. Plus a few more "meals" in jars.


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