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Looking for a good book on canning. I'd like it to have some basic recipes too. Any suggestions? Any favorites?

Karl
 
                                
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The "Ball Blue Book" is the old standard, costs maybe 8 bucks or look online here: http://www.freshpreserving.com/
and click on "How to can". Lots of info.
 
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i have a lot of really old books that i like that might be out of print now..

putting food by
preserving summer's bounty
stocking up

are my 3 favorites but the ball book is also highly recommended
 
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I'd like one that covers pâté and terrines as wEll, which the USDA deems as unsafe but has been done for centuries in Europe... IdEas?
 
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Backwoods Home magazine puts out a couple canning books.
 
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