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~~ Vacuum canning is probably the most practical approach. The jars in the photo below are a half gallon in size. And, of course, the sizes just go down from there. This pretty much limits you to the use of Ball mason jars though. But you could carry some of their lids around for awhile (just the disks) and see if somewhere you can come upon some ...


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I know this question already has a lot of answers, but for some reason everyone is overcomplicating it...I personally learned from this video, and it works every single time. Cut it in half. Hold it in a bowl of a water and break into quarters by hand. Rub kernels with thumbs, and they'll separate from membrane easily. The bitter membrane floats to the ...


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I totally agree with Caleb that I don't believe they ever really go bad. Of course, once they get moldy, you can maybe draw the line, but for my banana bread and cakes, I prefer to let them get completely and utterly black. I even deliberately wait for them to develop the banana liquor that gives such a depth and richness to my baked goods. After they get ...


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First suggestion Fill the bottles with clear resin. I used this many, many years ago at a church camp where we made our own keyrings by surrounding a small object with clear resin. I remember it as being reasonably straightforward. Google returns lots of how-to videos for using it. I don't imagine it will keep the food for a long period, as biological ...


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None of the classic food preservation techniques will work for you. They are about having the food stay edible, not stay beautiful. Most fixation solutions will work, but you probably don't want to keep them around your house. For example, if you filled the bottle with formaldehyde, it will not only be a major problem should it break in an accident, but ...


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I just found a pack of Sun-maid that were dated 05 04 00. Opened them up & tried a couple , not too bad . And not hard at all.


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Can I soak fruits in fruit juice for a fruit cake? The short answer is yes, if you mix different fruits in different juices the flavor will most likely be confusing but overall, expect it to be sweet. If yes, do I need to boil the juice? If the juice is fresh (from a can or a box that you just opened, or freshly pressed juice from fresh fruits) ...



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