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This page is a listing of different methods for canning fruit of all sorts. From Apples to Guava Fruit. Complete beginner friendly directions.
Canning fruit…the easiest and possibly most rewarding way to begin learning how to home can. Since fruit is an acid food, you will be Water bath canning.
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Substitute Honey for Sugar in Canning
With Sharon Peterson For sugarless canning one option is to substitute honey for sugar. A natural sweetener, honey is healthy and safe…. unlike an artificial sweetener. I’d encourage any of you to try using honey if you are cutting down on your processed sugar intake. Healthy Sugar Substitutes Here are some things to remember when […]
Canning Cherry Pie Filling
Cherry pie filling, canned in batches, gives you the freedom to make a cherry pie or cobbler on the fly! Just pop open a jar and pour into a pie crust. SimpleCanning.com shows you how easy it is!
Canning with Splenda
With Sharon Peterson Canning with Splenda is an option that some diabetics or people who just want to lower white sugar intake will ask me about. Personally… I don’t use or recommend Splenda. BUT, I have found some information for you. I’m amazed at how divisive this page can be. I get such reactions. I […]
Canning Pie filling, How hard can it be?
With Sharon Peterson Sharon’s 5 tips for canning pie filling. 1- if you like lots of fruit in your pies, add a pint of plain fruit to your pie when you make it. It always seems to me that canned pie filling (home made or store purchased) has lots of the thickener filling in it […]
Canning Guava Fruit
For those of you who have easy access to it, here are directions for canning guava fruit at home.