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There is a simple rule to water based canning: Cold jars go into cold water, hot jars into hot water. The reasons behind this rule are It prevents breakage due to thermal shock. It should ensure correct canning/heating times. So fill all your jars at once (or you might run into a problem like in this post), process the first batch. For the second ...


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You can process in two batches. Occasionally a jar may not seal properly, you can reprocess it with in 24 hours, according to http://www.freshpreserving.com/tools/waterbath-canning. This would apply to your situation as well. I would fill the jars and get them ready to place in the water bath, then process as soon as the first batch is done. They should ...


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When a recipe calls for a clove of garlic it almost certainly means fresh. If it was asking for dried it would call for a weight or a volume measurement as dried usually does not come in cloves. One clove isn't particularly helpful though, as garlic cloves vary widely in size depending on the variety of garlic and which part of the bulb you get the clove ...



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