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A question about a recipe: Bryant Terry's Mustard Green Harissa

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I have a question about the recipe "Bryant Terry's Mustard Green Harissa" from Genius Recipes. Would this recipe be suitable for canning?

asked by Knitting Lawyer almost 3 years ago

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Susan W

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added almost 3 years ago

I think pressure canning works for almost anything. It's the water bath that needs the acid.

I am not a canner, but this summer, I froze everything. I live in an apt with a typical apt sized freezer and it's shocking how much stuff I have frozen. I put it all in Ziploc bags and stand them up. My freezer is like a Rubik's cube.

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added almost 3 years ago

No, this recipe cannot be water bath canned because it has oil. I would question pressure canning because the recipe will have to be increased. The current recipe makes 1 cup. So much easier to freeze.

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