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Buy a dry pack canner

Posted by on Jan. 2, 2009 at 1:37 PM
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These are about $1500 wow but it is good to know cause I was curious. Maybe someday?:)

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  • Drink Mix

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by on Jan. 2, 2009 at 1:37 PM
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RustysMom
by on Jan. 2, 2009 at 1:53 PM

Before you purchase...check with your LDS Relief Society Pres... they usually have a float you can rent for free in your area... then you work work work to get it done and stacked up...

I know in our ward/stake/area we have one and one lady in the ward got it and ordered the can's and lids and opened it to the ward...she had it for a week I think... It's a mess and we used her front room (to cold in the winter and hot in the summer) but I have seen it done in a kitchen or basement....

The cans with lids are really cheap, like $1.25 or something like that....  I am still using my sugar I canned from 2 yrs ago... and oatmeal from 4 yrs ago...

Check it OUt!!!

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Melodee0119
by Group Admin on Jan. 2, 2009 at 4:44 PM


Quoting RustysMom:

Before you purchase...check with your LDS Relief Society Pres... they usually have a float you can rent for free in your area... then you work work work to get it done and stacked up...

I know in our ward/stake/area we have one and one lady in the ward got it and ordered the can's and lids and opened it to the ward...she had it for a week I think... It's a mess and we used her front room (to cold in the winter and hot in the summer) but I have seen it done in a kitchen or basement....

The cans with lids are really cheap, like $1.25 or something like that....  I am still using my sugar I canned from 2 yrs ago... and oatmeal from 4 yrs ago...

Check it OUt!!!

I know I can get one from the local cannery but I was just curious how much one was because I like to do things on my own time:) If I ever buy one it would years down the road. I just thought other people might be interested in the info also.

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