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I have a giant can of black olives and I want to can them into smaller jars.
Help!! As of now I only have the ability to water bathe. Can I water bathe black olives
this way and if so what is the recipe and if not what is the pressure cooking recipe?
I'm learning so any info is helpful. Thanks  
 
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Hi Rebecca,

Water bath is mostly effective for acidic foods. Are the olives in a vinegar brine?
If they are, I say go for it. If not, you may want to brine them, though this of course will change the flavour.

Failing that, I see a giant batch of frozen tapanade in your future!
https://www.allrecipes.com/recipe/165309/kalamata-olive-tapenade/
 
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