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1. Complete guide to home canning (id:CAT89922050)

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2. Canning, freezing, storing garden produce (id:CAT87209982)

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3. Home canning of fruits and vegetables (id:CAT87214706)

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4. Home canning of meat and poultry (id:CAT87214636)

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5. Home canning of meat and poultry (id:CAT87214637)

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6. Home canning of meat and poultry (id:CAT40000501)

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7. Home canning of fruits and vegetables (id:CAT40000299)

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8. Home canning of meat and poultry (id:CAT87213558)

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9. Home canning of meat (id:CAT40000294)

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10. Home canning of meat (id:CAT87214864)

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11. Pressure canners : use and care (id:CAT87213578)

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12. Canning in glass jars in community canning centers / by Bertha F. Olsen and Esther H. Scott (id:CAT10310471)

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13. Canning in glass jars in school and institutional kitchens : fruits and other acid foods (id:CAT87208318)

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14. Home canning of meat (id:CAT87212993)

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15. Pickle and relish recipes (id:1789456)

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16. Home canning peaches the cold-pack way (id:7258202)

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17. Home canning tomatoes : cold-pack style (id:7258201)

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18. Home canning of fruits and vegetables (id:CAT87213449)

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19. Home canning of fruits and vegetables (id:1789434)

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20. Home canning of meat (id:1789436)

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21. Home canning processes for low-acid foods : Developed on the basis of heat penetration and inoculated packs (id:CAT86200922)

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22. Pickle and relish recipes (id:1789455)

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23. Pickle and relish recipes (id:1789454)

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24. Boiling water bath : if you don't have a canner and can't buy one -- look for a large deep vessel with a cover .. (id:1759443)

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25. Boiling water bath for fruits, tomatoes--pressure canner for corn, beans, peas, etc (id:1759442)

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26. Can all you can : it's a real war job! (id:6239011)

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27. Canning time table : the clock ... (id:1759461)

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28. Don't .. (id:1759460)

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29. Fruits in and out of boiling water bath .. (id:1759453)

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30. Fruits packing and sealing .. (id:1759452)

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31. Fruits preparation .. (id:1759451)

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32. Fruits selection and preparation .. (id:1759450)

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33. Jars, caps, rubbers : inspects your jars for cracks and nicks, wash clean in hot soapy water -- to test for airtight seal fill jar with hot water ... adjust cap .. tilt : typical jars and tops .. (id:1759444)

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34. Testing, labeling, storing .. (id:1759459)

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35. Tomatoes : selection and preparation -- choose fresh, firm, ripe tomatoes-- watch out for decay ... wash thoroughly -- dip in scalding hot water then in cold ... for easy peeling (id:1759445)

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36. Tomatoes in and out the bath .. (id:1759449)

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37. Tomatoes packing --- pack hot tomatoes into hot jars ... work quickly, leave 1/2 inch head space, add salt, work out air bulbes with a knife (id:1759447)

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38. Tomatoes preparation .. (id:1759446)

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39. Tomatoes sealing .. (id:1759448)

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40. Vegetables into the pressure canner .. : keep pressure steady (id:1759457)

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41. Vegetables out of the pressure canner .. (id:1759458)

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42. Vegetables packing -- sealing .. (id:1759456)

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43. Vegetables preparation .. (id:1759455)

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44. Vegetables selection and preparation .. (id:1759454)

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45. Sugar for canning and preserving : broadcast by Dr. Louise Stanley, Bureau of Home Economics, and Mr. Wallace Kadderly, Office of Information, broadcast Thursday, April 30, 1942, in the Department of Agriculture period of the National Farm and Home Hour, over stations associated with the Blue Network [of the National Broadcasting Company] (id:6347809)

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46. In days of plenty provide for the lean months (id:5804437)

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47. Modern vegetables in modern ways (id:6909725)

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48. [Picklemaking] : a radio interview between Mrs. Rowena Schmidt Carpenter and Dr. Louise Stanley, Bureau of Home Economics, delivered through WRC and 30 other radio stations associated with the National Broadcasting Company, 1:35 P.M., E.S.T., Friday, August 9, 1929 (id:6354257)

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49. Canning fruits and vegetables at home (id:6805712)

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50. Time-tables for home canning of fruits and vegetables (id:1789472)

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51. Successful canning and preserving : Practical hand book for schools, clubs, and home use (id:6800828)

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52. Home and farm food preservation (id:7109249)

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53. Preservation of vegetables by fermentation and salting (id:ORC00000283)

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54. Save perishable food ... attend canning demonstration "cold Pack" method : improved ways of drying and storing fruits and vegetables also explained ... for further particulars write Agricultural Extension Department, Ames, Iowa or see County leader (id:7085710)

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55. The Canning of foods : A description of the methods followed in commercial canning (id:6800830)

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56. The Canning of peas : Based on factory inspection and experimental data (id:6800829)