Most people are fascinated by the Amish! And we, the editors of Flower Patch Cottage are too. So we have started a new series (column) called ‘The Amish Journal’, which will delve into the lifestyle of this interesting group. We will be covering various topics that can teach or inspire you. Like money saving hacks, frugal living tips and much more. Tune in every Sunday, Tuesday and Friday for a new article in this series. If you have a topic that you would like us to cover, let us know by emailing us.
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Flower Patch reader, Roberta, requested some tips on how the Amish do their canning. We have gathered a few tips for you, but do look out for more. Anyway, we are sure you will find these tips helpful.
1)When making jelly for canning, you do not always have to go through the challenge of extracting juice from fruits before reaching to the point of making your jelly. An easier way is to purchase the fruit juice and get straight into your jelly making.
2)For pickled dilly beans, make sure beans are standing upright when packing jars. You may need to trim beams or cut them in halves to have them fit properly. This will allow you to easily fit beans in the jar, and make it easy to shake them out when you are ready to use them.
3)Nectarines do not need to be peeled for canning. But it is best to use an acid water solution to prevent darkening when preparing them for canning.
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