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Are you a 'Canvolutionary'? 
 
Jul. 22, 2010 6:11 pm 
Updated: Jul. 29, 2010 11:53 am
Hi Allrecipeeps! 

Do you LOVE canning? Are you a 'canvolutionary'? We thought so! This weekend marks the second annual Can-A-Rama! If you are canning this weekend (or sometime this week or next), you could win some fabulous prizes for your canning adventures. :) 

Check out Canning Across America for more details - and be sure to share your adventures here on Allrecipes, via reviews, blog posts, or comments! We can't wait to hear about your very own 'Canvolution'! 

For info, tips and recipes on canning, check out 'Canning and Preserving' or, if you want to have a canning party, check out 'How to Plan a Canning Party', and share the canning tradition with your friends and family! 

Happy Canning :D
 
Comments
Skuba 
Jul. 23, 2010 6:14 am
Great blog topic, while it is easier to freeze now a days there are somethings that just taste better when they are canned. For me there is nothing like getting that first batch of tomato juice up for the year.
 
Jul. 23, 2010 6:30 am
I haven't had the opportunity to do much canning yet, but rest assured as soon as the tomatoes are ready, it will be nonstop around here for awhile.
 
ff bruce 
Jul. 29, 2010 11:53 am
hello all I am a little nervous about canning. It doesnt seem that hard but I guess i have a preconcieved notion that it is. Any advise and can you make say a tomato sauce then just can it? I'm assuming you can but not sure. What if you make a meat sauce? would that be ok?
 
 
 
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