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how long can you keep home canned vegetables in jars. How many years will they keep if sealed correctly, especially tomatoes, green beans, beets and pickle relish.

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Hi,

Can you tell me how lond i can keep my canned tomatoes.

I just got done canning them.

Two 2 jars didnt seal well after boiling on med for 45 min.

Please answerer my question.

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