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'Tis the saeson for tomatoes...
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Can't really see them in the big blue pot. That's the last jar.
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Great photos holly

By chance were you wanting to apply these photos to the Pep Food Water Bath canning?


Here is what you need to meet the requirements:

To complete this BB, the minimum requirements are:
- You must use a water bath to seal the jars
- You must preserve the amount of food equivalent to 1 quart (ie: 1 quart jar or 4 half pint jars)

hint: Could you work this BB into another BB? Hmmmm

To show you've completed this Badge Bit, you must provide:
A before photos of all of your equipment and ingredients
Your recipe of choice
A photo of you filling the jars to the proper 'head' height
A photo of the jars in the water bath
A photo of your finished product! (Including a photo of the sealed lid and appropriate label)

Or make a video showing the above (less than 2 minutes duration).

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Yes.
Do these not qualify?
More tomatoes on the vine.  I'll be doing them again.
 
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Holly Magnani wrote:Yes.
Do these not qualify?
More tomatoes on the vine.  I'll be doing them again.



It looks like some are missing:

Your recipe of choice
A photo of your finished product! (Including a photo of the sealed lid and appropriate label) Mostly the label part

If you scroll up in the thread Water bath canning
You will see examples of posts which have met the requirements.
 
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I don't really use a recipe for these tomatoes. Mostly I just blanche them, dunk in cold water to get the skins off, shove them in a jar, leave about 3/4 inch of headspace, clean up the rim, drop on the sterilized lid and ring, finger tighten, plop into boiling water for >10 minutes, let cool, check for a depressed lid, put on the shelf.

Some of then, I'll add 1/4 of a diced onion and some basil from the garden.

There's two quarts and two pints there.
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Hi holly

It looks like you will need to post your photos along with your recipe to the thread yourself. Pep Water Bath

I believe the recipe can just be what ingredients you used. But i could be wrong.
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