While I watched my mom can growing up (and distinctly remember the smell of stuffing cukes, garlic and dill into jars) I didn't begin canning on my own until 2003. My first few projects were applesauce, wineberry jam (very seedy) and stewed tomatoes. I started out slow but then, like many of you, I caught the canning bug and for a time, canned almost anything I could get my hands on. But as the years went on and I learned what our family loved (and didn't) and as I've had less time, I've streamlined our projects. While we do a smaller number of projects now, we do much bigger batches. As with many things in life, canning practices ebb and flow with the demands of life. So whether you do a lot or a little- you're doing just fine.
Congratulations!! Please email me (firstname.lastname@example.org) your name and mailing address and the lids will be sent right out to you. A big thank you to the Tattler folks for the giveaway!
For those of you who have Swagbucks available, you can also find these lids on Amazon (Tattler Reusable Canning Lids).
Thank you all for entering and have a wonderful weekend!!
Jane Pin It