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Dana Moore and Jennifer Glass
My husband and I are planning our first garden. I have dreams of canning but have never done it before. I got a canner for Christmas this past year. Do you have any tips or recipes that would be good for a first time canner/gardener?
I love to can/freeze my own food, that way I know what goes in it. It is a dying art and I am soooo glad that you have decided to try your hand at it, hopefully you can pass it own to your children and your children’s children for years to come. I will be posting more about canning/freezing as the season progresses so keep watching. However, if you need help with anything at all please don’t hesitate to ask me I will be more than happy to help you out.
I didn’t know you had chickens! We’re planning to get a coop built pretty soon. How many chickens do you have to get 8-10 eggs per day? I’d love for you guys to post some egg recipes and canning info too! I’ve had a garden for several years on and off, but have never canned. I’m going to tackle that this summer!
So glad to hear from you. We have 2 roosters and about 10 or 12 hens (I forget) and we get about 8-10 eggs a day. We mainly have Rhode Island Reds and we love getting fresh eggs. As for the canning and freezing info …. that will be coming this summer. As our produce comes in and I start canning and freezing I will post. Until then, good luck with everything and if you have any questions just let us know! And thanks for sharing with us, we so appreciate it!