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Awesome!!!! In the morning smear some on toast or a biscuit and those kids will go nuts!! Is your jerky ready?

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post #62 of 286

My husband has been telling everyone that has come to the house to "try this apple butter. My wife made it." They say, "Like made it, made it?" ^_^

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ROTFL!!!!  Some people do not get the not from walmart mentality!!! lol!!

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post #64 of 286
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Originally Posted by Farmer Kitty 

I've canned it. Works well. Prepare your jars and pack it hot then do a boiling waterbath for 10 minutes.


What's a waterbath? Does that mean you have hot simmer (near boiling) apple butter put into out of the boiling water canning jars, then add the caps & rings to the jar then put the whole filled jar into boiling water to 'seal' it? If so do you put it in boiling water that only comes up to the side of the jar right? & not over the top lid? I thought if the contents were Very hot & the jars were Very hot that after you add the cap & ring that the jars would seal themselves in a few minutes on thier own???   Sorry that's my knowledge on canning roll LOVE canning recipes tho, thanks big_smile


Waterbath is when you place the jars in a pan of hot water so the water covers the jars with about 2 inches above them. Bring to boil and start timing.

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post #65 of 286
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Awesome!!!! In the morning smear some on toast or a biscuit and those kids will go nuts!! Is your jerky ready?


Jerky is GREAT - turned out really well, not too spicy that the kids can't eat it, but just enough that its tasty.

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post #66 of 286

Wildsky, do you have your Jerky recipe posted here?

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post #67 of 286

ROTFL!!!!  Some people do not get the not from walmart mentality!!! lol!!


I know lol I am moving away from that mentality myself. I think it may help that I worked there for five years, and grew to loathe the company. LOVED the people, hate the company, and what it has become.

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Wildsky, do you have your Jerky recipe posted here?


No I stole it from Scrambled - LOL - Scrambled, do you have it posted anywhere?

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post #69 of 286

That apple butter sounds sooo good! Not sure what I'm more excited about, the butter or the smell of my house during! hehe

Question ~ how many and what size jars will I need for that many? Will get on it this week! :-) Thanks so much!

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post #70 of 286

I think that we have determined about 7 or 8 small Jelly sized jars, or one and a quarter quart jars. ^_^ someone please correct me if I'm wrong though....

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