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Old January 7, 2013, 08:31 AM   #8
Doyle
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I do it too. Mc Gee has a good technique for doing hotpack. You can also do a raw pack - that is what I do. Even though most raw-packers don't add any extra liquid, i do. I think it enhances the look of the finished product. I've never had one come out bad. There is a great canning group on Facebook. I belong to it. Perhas you shoud do a little lurking on there (or even join).
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