How to thicken red tomato relish before canning?

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I love canning as my late grandmother and my alive mother have taught me a lot about it. I have tried many variables of tomatoes and came to the conclusion that it is really what you prefer in the ending. Some are more acidic, and some are more firm; while others very soft. I would recomment you ...

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These two web sites have the basic supplies you need for home canning. http://www.pickyourown.org/canningsupplies.htm http://www.foodinjars.com/2009/04/22/canning-equipment-basics/ As far as safety issues, see this web page. http://www.pickyourown.org/canningqa.htm

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I have heard the dish soap remedy before. You have to really soak the plants good with the soapy water. Use a strong mixture of soap. I have also heard of people using tobacco in water to spray on plants to kill mites. The idea of the oil is to spray the undersides of the leaf to kill the eggs ...

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