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Thursday, June 9, 2011
Potatoes and White Beans
There is something so cool about pressure canning meats and beans, they are so tender and tasty when done. The only thing better is then taking a meat or bean and drying it! This is a picture of dried white beans. I took a quart of pressure canned beans I'd done and dried them for about 15 hours. Great! I also harvested most of the potato plants in my garden, and didn't find as many potatoes as I'd hoped, but still plenty, since I got about twice this amount all total, (with two more bushes to harvest).
I don't understand why I can't seem to take close up photos without blurring, though.