Jelly Strainer Bags

Jelly Strainer Bags

I can’t imagine making any jelly without these. Plus, they are an absolute essential item for making marmalades.

  • Sometimes a city mouse wants to be a bit more like his country cousin. He wants a little veggie patch in the backyard, bees on the roof, and maybe a chicken tractor. The folks at FarmCurious call these city mice with country yea... Sometimes a city mouse wants to be a bit more like his country cousin. He wants a little veggie patch in the backyard, bees on the roof, and maybe a chicken tractor. The folks at FarmCurious call these city mice with country yearnings "urban homesteaders." Call them what you will, this is a great site for them. Us. Me. Can I please have the canning starter kit and the canning rack? Thanks.

  • Ive been meaning to learn how to can my own jelly for awhile!

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  • For starting off the summer canning and home cooking season, cheesecloth is perfect.

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  • this would look rad in your kitchen - for the industrial at heart - plus you finally would have control over what goes into those canned veggies - nice.

  • stay healthy this winter by canning and freezing your fresh produce this fall - this little sheller looks like it could really come in handy for pea lovers.

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  • I just core, seeded and peeled 5 lbs today with 15 more to go, by hand. Uh, yeah... this would be a dream.

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  • Ok, so the fact these are oval does strike me. Not only are they adorable (and would be lovely gifts filled), but I suppose the traditional round jars do take more space. Comes in 1, 3 and 4 cup sizes. Special-coated canning ... Ok, so the fact these are oval does strike me. Not only are they adorable (and would be lovely gifts filled), but I suppose the traditional round jars do take more space. Comes in 1, 3 and 4 cup sizes. Special-coated canning lids with aluminum rims.

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  • this book is amazing you can read and look up ideas all day long - so many practical and economical tips and tricks - plus you don't have to live on the farm to give them a go - definitely a worthwhile purchase for anyone conce... this book is amazing you can read and look up ideas all day long - so many practical and economical tips and tricks - plus you don't have to live on the farm to give them a go - definitely a worthwhile purchase for anyone concerned about livin' green. note: it covers everything from animal care, gardening, building a shed, cooking, to training your cat - amazing.

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  • Since I'll be making my own preserves. I'll probably need this. As a friend warned me once, a dish towel just isn't efficient for pulling a hot jar out of boiling water. Yikes.

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  • Lately, with the rising costs of food I've been exploring how to scale down my living cost. For starters, I started making bread. And its soooo much fun! And its delicious and cheap to make. I've also started inviting friends over... Lately, with the rising costs of food I've been exploring how to scale down my living cost. For starters, I started making bread. And its soooo much fun! And its delicious and cheap to make. I've also started inviting friends over to make bread with me. Second, I'm going to start making my own preserves and fruit spread. My friend did it last year over a weekend. So Costco, here I come! These jars are essential for making preserves. The Ball company has been specializing in home canning for over 120 years.

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  • I only have one plum tomato plant growing and I have way more fruit than I can keep up with (about 30 in a bowl right now). It took me about 45 minutes to make salsa last week. Then I find out that I just quarter and throw in he... I only have one plum tomato plant growing and I have way more fruit than I can keep up with (about 30 in a bowl right now). It took me about 45 minutes to make salsa last week. Then I find out that I just quarter and throw in here. It separates skin and seeds from the pulp. How necessary is this??? VERY!

  • This book is great, so many recipes to solve my sour fetish, and some recipes only take 24 hours! How great!

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  • The serrated blade bites into soft foods like tomatoes and mangoes easily and makes it a breeze to peel them. I don't know how I lived for so long without this tool.

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  • As opposed to the standard 1/2-pint jelly jars, these short, squat jars are cuter and seem more "gifty."

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  • I like to put some pits in the jelly bags when I cook the jam as it adds a lot of flavor—almost almond-like. I take the bag out before I put up the jam. Also, the pits have a lot of naturally occurring pectin.

  • She has so many unusual and every day ideas! It is really inspirational!

  • For pickling and preserving all that stuff that we bring home from farmer’s markets. And where DO we find the time to do all this cooking while farming and raising children? Easy, we don’t watch TV, and we suffer all children, int... For pickling and preserving all that stuff that we bring home from farmer’s markets. And where DO we find the time to do all this cooking while farming and raising children? Easy, we don’t watch TV, and we suffer all children, interns and houseguests help with food prep.

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