KYF #052: Simply Canning with Sharon Peterson

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KYF #052: Simply Canning with Sharon Peterson |Sharon is a frugal mom and wife who says, “food finds its way into jars in my kitchen”! I concur! We share a love of jars. n this podcast, we’re talking about mostly about canning but we find our way into family work ethics, our mutual love of jars, and out-of-the-ordinary pantry setups.|  KnowYourFoodPodcast.com/52

In this episode of Know Your Food with Wardee, you’ll meet Sharon Peterson, a frugal mom and wife who says, “food finds its way into jars in my kitchen”! I concur! We share a love of jars. :) In this podcast, we’re talking about mostly about canning but we find our way into family work ethics, our mutual love of jars, and out-of-the-ordinary pantry setups. I also picked her brain about canning meat, as she’s an expert at putting up what her husband and sons bring home (they love to hunt). Sharon is the author of Simply Canning: Survival Guide to Safe Home Canning. She’s also warm and fun and we had a great visit. Please join us!

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About Sharon Peterson

Simply Canning by Sharon Peterson

Sharon Peterson is very in love with her husband Tim, and she’s mom of 4 sons, 2 who are grown and away (and she wonders how that ever happened!). Canning and preserving is a part of their frugal and simple lifestyle. A lot of food finds its way into jars in her kitchen. She cans everything from fruits and veggies, to the meat that the guys in her family bring home from hunting camp. She’s also moved into dehydrating more this past year and is loving that as well. She truly loves sharing her knowledge through her book Simply Canning: Survival Guide to Safe Home Canning, her site SimplyCanning.com,  and her Facebook page has met some wonderful fun people along the way.

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  1. Tia Phillips says

    I recently order 1.5 pint canning jars from Amazon. I ordered the “frustration free packaging”, and they came in a sturdy cardboard box with the usual box flaps on top and cardboard square sections for all of the jars. This will be a great way to store the jars. This is different than the topless boxes that you find in stores now, which are not so great for storing jars in, and more like the boxes canning jars used to come in.

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