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Temperatures for Food Preparation

Pay special attention to temperatures when canning and storing your food.

Illustration by Tom Kimball

You can-do it! If there's one thing you need to be sure of when canning and storing your crops, it's temperature. Whether you're using the freezing or canning method, there are specific temperatures you need to reach and others you shouldn't allow your food to reach, so download this guide and enjoy the fruits of all of your labor ... at a later date, of course.

 

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