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This is the way I can green beans very year, for years. You have to use a pressure cooker like it says to can green beans. I also run the blade of a knife down the side of the jar to make sure that there is no air bubbles. Thank you for posting so that others will know.
This is the exact same way I can my green beans. Thanks for posting the recipe for newbies to canning. It's great that you put step by step directions. Thanks again
I have been canning greenbeans like this for years. This can be done without the salt with good results. I always run the handle of a rubber spatula down the side of the jar after I put in the water to get the excess air out. I read that somewhere and just kept doing it!
Did these last year and, on looking up the recipe again for this year's crop, saw that I hadn't reviewed it. Apologies! A perfect way to preserve beans - they aren't over-cooked, and retain that 'fresh' taste! Thanks for a great recipe!
Made these last year...super. Quick, easy and yummy. Just used up my last jar. Great in hamburger bean soup. I will be planting more beans this spring for these...and to think, I used to hate green beans. Far better than canned from the store.
This is the method I am using. I am overloaded with beans this year and this is fast and easy. I am sure the beans will have a great fresh taste and will hold on to more nutrients than the preboiling method I have always used.
This was a perfect recipe. They taste GREAT. Easy and fun to can this way.