Harvesting & Canning Hot & Sweet Peppers

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It is time to harvest many of our hot & sweet peppers from our vegetable garden. Follow us on out journey from garden to table, making canned peppers. Locati…

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  1. Great job on canning.. you may want mention to wipe the jar tops before
    placing the wax lids on… other than that, GREAT JOB, and video.. thank
    you for your great video. thumbs up….

  2. Will the vinegar take away the natural pepper taste and do I really need to
    use it? Yes, I’m a newbie. How long is the shelf life?

  3. Thanks for the video we have tons of peppers in the garden and needed an
    easy canning video to preserve…just what we needed!

  4. My mother canned when I was growing up, I know a little bit about it…Now
    days freezing is so much faster and easyer that it makes canning obsolete
    !!!

  5. Great video..My peppers put out sososo much this yr.My bells were huge..I
    had 8 purple bell plants and the flavor was amazing..Would be interested to
    see a video on Dilly Beans(green beans)..

  6. the cross pollinated peppers will taste just like the ones that didnt get
    crossed…

    the fruit is still habanero the next generation seeds will be different….

    didnt they teach you about flowers and bees at school:) if you f*** someone
    it doesnt make you any different but the child is different from you, get
    it

  7. You should heat the vinegar water mix in a canning pot [non metallic pot]
    or the liquid will be cloudy when the pickles are ready to eat.

  8. My mouth is burning just watching you pick them LOL I never could do hot
    peppers. Looks like you had a great harvest. Tim

  9. It wont take many of those habanero peppers to make a lot of heat in what
    ever you decide to do with them? Chuck

  10. Yes, I think I do have one plant Ghost Pepper (Bhut Jolokia). Not sure
    which one at this point. Need to do a better job with labeling

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