|by Linda Fraser|
The appeal of beans and other dried legumes lies partly in their ability to keep well for long periods of time.
Tip: Try dilly beans for more results.
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Wash beans and break off ... place in a boiling water bath, covering lids with 2 inches of water. Process at a hard boil for 5 minutes. Remove and cool.
Prepare jars for canning. Wash and trim beans at ends. Do ... Process for 20 minutes at 1000' altitude, or adjust time according to your altitude. 6 Pints.
Pack beans lengthwise into hot ... boiling. Pour hot over beans. Put on covers. Process 10 minutes in hot water bath. Let age 2 weeks for flavor to develop.
Put beans in sterilized jars ... water bath for 12 minutes. Better if you wait 6 to 8 weeks before opening. Makes 4 pints. Wife's recipe. (Becha Binning)
Pack beans lengthwise into 4 ... Adjust caps and process 10 minutes in water-bath canner. Note: Let beans stand at least 2 weeks to allow flavor to develop.
Pack beans, lengthwise, into ... inch head space. Adjust caps. Process pints and quarts 10 minutes in boiling water bath. Yields about 4 pints or 2 quarts.
Pack beans lengthwise, leave whole, ... beans, leaving 1/4 inch head room. Adjust hot caps. Process pints 10 minutes in boiling water bath. Makes 4 pints.
Pack beans lengthwise into hot ... Process pints and quarts 10 minutes in boiling water bath. Allow beans to stand for 2 weeks to allow flavor to develop.
Break tops and stems off beans; leave beans ... and seal jars immediately with hot lids. Makes 4 pints. Dilly Beans will be ready to eat in 6 to 8 weeks.
Bring this to ... mustard Pack fresh beans or carrots, cut ... 1/2 inch from top of jar with brine and seal. Process in boiling water bath for 5 minutes.
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