With the Summer Canning season rapidly approaching I’m always on the lookout for great canning resources and a post about How To Plan Your Pantry is greatly appreciated!
Canning and freezing are a lot of work, but preserving your own food is one of the most satisfying homemaking task when it is finished. I love hearing those lids pop as they seal after a day of canning. You may wonder if canning is worth all the hard work, I believe it is! There are seasons of life that it is difficult to can and that is OK, that does not mean you are a failure at homemaking.
Most of us were not brought up preserving our food, which makes it a daunting task to tackle. It is so important that our daughters learn this skill. As they get older, they are able come along side us and be a huge help to the family. Hopefully, by the time they have their own home, canning will just come naturally for them…because that is in-part what skilled homemakers do!
Check out http://raisinghomemakers.com/2013/how-to-plan-your-pantry/ for the full article!
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