Canning Peaches

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“I’m not an expert on peaches, I didn’t know one variety from the other until this season.

Now I am very familiar with Redhavens and I can tell you that these are the best that I have ever worked with.

They are extremely easy to peel and pit.

In the previous years, the easiest thing I found to preserve peaches was to peel and slice them and then plop them into freezer bags.

Easy, right?  Yes it is, however, since we are raising our own beef, or freezer space is extremely valuable and I’ve had a hankering (yes that’s a word here in the Ozarks) to be able to open a jar of sweet peaches for dinner this winter…”

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Self Sufficient Backyard

In all that time an electric wire has never been connected to our house. We haven’t gotten or paid an electricity bill in over 40 years, but we have all the electricity we want. We grow everything we need, here, in our small backyard. We also have a small medicinal garden for tough times. Read More Here...

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