Canning chicken soup with lemon

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Here is the video with the recipe for the soup that is shown in our intro video clip that has a lemon slice in the jar. It is a delicious but simple chicken soup. That single lemon slice adds a delightful touch of flavor that lifts the taste to new heights. RoseRed Homestead Bookstore: Register for Water Bath Canning Basic course here: Our Amazon Stores: RoseRed Homestead: Trail Grazers: New channel–Trail Grazers:

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  1. That looks like a really good recipe. Thanks for doing a demo of it. I noticed that you used regular mouth jars. I’ve heard some people have trouble in the Carey or Nesco because the regular mouth quart jars are taller than the wide mouth quart jars. The problem being that the taller quarts can obstruct the vent pip. One way I get around that is I put the stacking shelf at the bottom of the canner instead of the wire shelf. That gives me a little height grace. Then when I go to close the lid, I make sure the vent pipe is directly above a jar. When I close the lid, and turn it, the vent pipe situates between the jars freeing the venting process. This might help someone who has had a problem while using regular mouth quart jars.

  2. I just love your channel! I’m new to canning and preservation and I have learned SO MUCH from you. I just want you to know how much I appreciate your experience and willingness to share it with us all. My husband purchased a pressure canner for me and I can’t tell you how nervous I was to use it and how ECSTATIC I was when I was able to can my first batch successfully (after watching your video 22 times 😂) So thank you, thank you, thank you ☺️

  3. Unrelated but I have a question regarding ground turkey or chicken. I can't eat red meat, so I substitute ground chicken or turkey in my recipes that call for ground beef. I see that the USDA has instruction on how to can ground meat but didn't know if changing out beef for chicken or turkey would affect recipes that call for ground beef. Thanks for all you and Jim do. Sharing your wisdom is a gift that we appreciate very much.

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