Food Preservation Goals August 22, 2017

When I first drafted my 2017 Food Preservation Goals I wanted to try some new things. Now that I am in the middle of canning season…well let’s just say I have modified my goals a bit.

In italic print is what I have accomplished so far.

  • Strawberry Jam
  • Grape Jelly
  • Peach Jam
  • Blackberry Jelly
  • Dandelion Jelly
  • Honeyed Yellow Tomato Butter
  • Basil Banana Pepper Jelly
  • Apple Sauce
  • Grape Juice
  • Pickled Beets
  • Canned Beets
  • Vegetable Stock
  • Vegetable Soup
  • Whole Tomatoes Packed in Water
  • Blackberry, Peach,  Cordials
  • Chili Sauce (Two different kinds)
  • Bread and Butter Pickles
  • Frozen Corn
  • Frozen Peppers
  • Frozen Beet Greens/Chard
  • Red Root Relish
  •  Crushed Tomatoes
  • Tomato Sauce
  • Frozen Winter Squash and some stored whole
  • Chili
  • Stuffed Sweet Peppers
  • Frozen summer/zucchini squash
  • Shredded zucchini
  • Strawberry Syrup
  • Blackberry Syrup
  • Dill Pickle Relish
  • Sweet Pickle Relish

If you are wondering about recipes for any of these canning projects please click on Canning and Preserving.

Do you have food preservation goals? If so, what have you accomplished so far?

I would love to hear from you! Send me your canning stories and I will do a special fun post on people’s great successes or epic failures.

See you next update! -MM

6 thoughts on “Food Preservation Goals August 22, 2017

      • Zucchini are a trial in the end. I once had a friend that planted maybe 5 hills because she thought she needed to in order for them to pollinate…I think they could have made a woodpile out of zucchini. We never plant them because we favor winter squash, and I just take a few off the neighbor’s hands….they see it as a gift!😆


  1. I’ve been freezing strawberries & raspberries as they come . . . have already had one canning session (whole tomatos and some french beans) . . . and today husband is cooking up tomatos to make sauce, so I need to get sterilising equipment out again.


  2. I’ve got a big sterilising pot, and use glass jars with rubber seals. After 2 hours in the sterilising pot, any air left in jars has been pushed out so they’re pressure sealed.


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