CanningExciting Sweet Sour Blueberries Canning Recipe

Exciting Sweet Sour Blueberries Canning Recipe

This Sweet Sour Blueberries Recipe is a whole new way exciting way to embrace preserving Blueberries for food storage pantry that will feed your family all year long. Sweet and sour blueberries tastes fantastic when paired with fish, pork and different cheeses.

Exciting Sweet Sour Blueberries Canning Recipe

Harvesting fruits right in our own backyard is something desired, liked, and fun for us.We can either eat them ripe or preserve them by placing them in mason jars. Canning food is not as simple as it sounds and could turn into a challenge when it comes to making good recipes. The art of canning involves prepping it correctly and following protocol that leads to the formal look and taste of what the dessert will be with these blueberries. There is lengthy process in canning foods, but once that is conquered, we can move forward and make something good with our blueberries. Here is something for those who love to grow and pick blueberries and use them later for recipes.

Blueberries are one of the healthiest fruits while they are small, they are packed with antioxidants: vitamin C, B complex, vitamin E, vitamin A, copper, selenium, zinc and iron.

This will produce 3 pints of blueberries. Get a big pot, three pints of jars and lids, jarpincers, a stainless steel pan, a wooden spoon, ladle, a measuring cup, a peeler,knife, colander, and dishcloth. For the ingredients, get three pounds of blueberries, 1.5 cups of apple cider vinegar, ¾ cup of water, 1.5 cups of sugar, and three inches of peeled ginger strips. Now, mix the sugar, water, and vinegar in the saucepan and boil. Then, put in the ginger strips, wait a moment, and then the blueberries for 5 minutes until the mix becomes purple. A funnel can help, but if not, carefully pour in the mix into one jar at a time with the spoon.

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Leave enough room at the top to screw on the lid; use the ladle to get rid of any air bubbles that is in the mix. Clean the top off and put the jars in the pot filled with hot water for 10 minutes. Use the pincers to remove the jars on the cloth and let it sit in for one day to cool down. After they have cooled, they can placed in the fridge.

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Melissa Francis
Melissa Francis
Greetings! I'm Melissa Francis, the founder and primary contributor to The Homestead Survival. With over 20 years of experience in homesteading, sustainability, and emergency preparedness, I've dedicated my life to helping others achieve a simpler, more self-reliant lifestyle.

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