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Tuesday, June 18, 2019

30 Day Preserving Challenge: Day 12 ... Re-Canning Bottled Lemon Juice

Recently I purchased 4 bottles of lemon juice like the one you see in the picture below.  I know that it will take a while to use that much lemon juice (even canning as much as I do) and I didn't want it sitting in the plastic bottles long term, so I decided to re-can it.

I washed and got the pint jars ready and then filled each to the shoulder with the lemon juice.  

I processed them in a water bath canner for 30 minutes and ended up with 14 pints from the 4 bottles.  These will keep long term on my pantry shelf without worry of the juice being affected by the plastic bottle and that makes me very happy!

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  1. Once again you have taught me something new!

    I cut and froze twelve packages of strawberries today. I saved enough to make a strawberry pie tomorrow. Yum.

  2. That’s such a great idea! I love all the canning you do😄

  3. We don't use lemon juice that often either. One day I needed some for a recipe opened the bottle, which had been opened before, and discovered BROWN lemon juice. YUK! Needless, to say I'm going to be doing this. Thank you.

    1. Kris, Brown lemon juice … not good for sure!!!


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