|Boat Cuisine: The All-Weather Cookbook|
|by June Raper|
"This looks better than beans on toast!" June Raper has been at sea long enough to be suspicious of recipes describing "how to make jam at sea" or...
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Choose lean beef ... completely before packaging. Seal up in Food ... required. If used, add 3/4 teaspoon to the above recipe or follow directions on package.
Wash and sterilize ... Do not tighten seals or touch lids ... down after 5-6 hours, put that jar into the refrigerator and use right away (do not store).
Prepare your canning ... into canning jars. Seal canning jars; now ... or jam on toast, rolls, whatever. Tastes just like strawberry preserves. Delicious!
Cook together approximately ... into jars and sealed at once, but is best to chill in refrigerator in shallow containers to plump the fruit before sealing.
Peel, core and ... Stir occasionally. Pack in hot, sterilized jars and seal. Turn jars upside down to cool and to insure proper sealing. Yield: 4 pints.
Prepare the strawberries ... pint jars and seal cold with paraffin. ... top of your preserves and it will ... solid form and this will seal the preserves.
Prepare 4 1/2 pint jars before starting the preserves. Combine figs, ... take 45 minutes). Pour into sterile jars and seal with paraffin. Seal with lids.
Slice tomatoes (peeling ... it over them. Seal. I put the drained tomatoes back into the syrup and bring back to a boil - then place into 3 pint jars. Seal.
Stir figs and ... and cook 24 minutes. Pour into sterilized jars, seal, let stand overnight and then tighten seal. Preserves assume flavor of Jello used.
Wash tomatoes and ... sterilized jars and seal at once. If ... are used, process in a hot water bath for 20 minutes to insure a seal. Makes 4 pint jars.
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