First, people everywhere are rediscovering home canning is a practical and enjoyable way to preserve garden produce at its finest. Almost every vegetable and fruit can be canned and their goodness and flavor saved and enjoyed throughout the year.
What's more, home canning is wholesome. There's no need to add chemical preservatives. And you'll always know exactly how much, if any, salt or sugar has been added...which makes canning ideal if you're concerned about the foods you and your family eat.
And finally, home canning is satisfying. It's a home-craft that families have enjoyed for generations and the results are something everyone will appreciate: quarts of spaghetti sauce made with your own home grown tomatoes, fresh peach preserves, jams, jellies and jars of endless varieties of pickles.
The Basic Methods of Canning: Boiling Water Bath vs. Steam Pressure
Equipment You'll Need
Preparing the Produce
Making jam or jelly with Mrs. Wages Liquid Pectin
Remedies For Common Canning Problems: