Home canned peaches general information
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Home canned peaches general information
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Last updated 6/12/2012 12:52:39 AM. Recipe ID 14386. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Home canned peaches general information
 Categories: Canning
      Yield: 1 Info text
 
MMMMM------------------------LIGHT SYRUP-----------------------------
      2 c  Sugar
      1 qt Water

MMMMM------------------------MEDIUM SYRUP-----------------------------
      3 c  Sugar
      1 qt Water

MMMMM------------------------HEAVY SYRUP-----------------------------
      1 qt Sugar
      1 qt Water
 
  Directions for making syrup not given in recipe.
  
  The easiest way to home can peaches is the Cold Raw Pack.  Use firm,
  ripe, perfect peaches.
  
  Select your jars and check to be sure they are in perfect condition,
  no nicks.  Use new lids.  Wash jars in hot water just before using.
  
  Slice and peel peaches.  Cut in half and remove pit.  (Save a few
  pits to flavor syrup.)  Treat peaches with Fruit Fresh according to
  package directions in order to maintain their true color.
  
  Pack peaches in jars, as tightly as possible, leaving 1/2 inch head
  room.
  
  Fill jars with syrup.  Slip sterilized knife around inside of jar to
  remove any air bubbles.  Takes about 1 1/2 cups of syrup per jar.
  (Size of jar not noted in recipe).  Add lids.
  
  Put jars in water bath, covering jars at least one inch.  Boil for 25
  to 30 minutes.
  
  Remove jars from canner.  Let cool about 12 hours.  Test seal.
  
  Larriland Farms Lisbon Md
  
  == Courtesy of Dale & Gail Shipp, Columbia Md. ==
 




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Recipe ID 14386 (Apr 03, 2005)

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