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Preserve your tomato harvest by canning tomatoes without a pressure cooker and no water bath. My family has canned tomatoes like this for generations. We show you how to can and preserve your tomatoes easily without a pressure cooker and no water bath. If you follow our directions your mason jars will seal every time. our email: useful.knowledge.tv@gmail.com Man with the Knowledge: Jamie Hardy Editor/Producer: John Andrews (the UberonN) Creator: Mark Davies Music courtesy of Bama Country

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Jean Skilling: It's not that much harder to proccess the jars. Just to be sure they are safe.

African Cichlids: are u wearing make up bro ,first thing i thought . had to ask

Nicholas Giordano: Thanks for the video...I love the music in the background :-)

GOD LOVES ALL: Can u do pinto beans this way?
My jars are too tall for my pot, to do the bath seal...

Rosalynn Weaver: I'm making spaghetti sauce do I need to cook it before I can it? Or just warm up the lids and jars?

Thomas McCormick: Great video! How long do they last? Makes me want to buy fancy Heirloom Toms and jar them.

Joshua Bailey: I have a lot of root veggies in my garden, I LOVE to make homemade stews. With this method work for that as well?

Marion Strader: We have canned tomatoes like this for several generations with no problems. They last for a few years. I have used lemon juice in mine just for the taste for some times it is OK but then some tomatoes need the lemon juice to give it that good taste. I always taste mine before putting in my hot jars...lol 😊

Billy Roman: With the teaspoon of salt added. How long before the tomato sauce goes bad?

Jhere McKenzie: I LOVE it!!!!!!! ...plan on canning!!!!! Thank you!

R Fisher: does this method protect you from the Clostridium botulinum bacteria?

MarlenusofAR: ok, new to canning. why do you turn the cans upside down for 5 mins?

Bill Ross: will tomatoes canning this way survive in Africa where it cant be refrigerated ..i will have to sit on the shelve in my pantry...will it survive 1 yr ???

Jessica MacIntyre: How long do they keep for?

Sara Brooks: Just canned tomatoes this way today using this method! Thank you for posting this video! It was a lot of help! Worked perfect! :)

Journies Home Garden: Just did some canning last week using the water bath method. I don't ever recall my grandparents using water. Going to give this a try tonight. Great video!

imthefrogman1: good video thanks very much

?? ??: me personally the old ways are the best ways. just because you have some new guys saying it's unsafe because of some piece of paper they wrote on behalf of themselves saying any other way is unsafe to get you to buy there product. now you have Health Professions rookies companies telling you what's safe and what's unsafe stick to the true and tried methods old ways are always better ways specially coming from your family who's done it for centuries years or do you believe some guy that rolled into town in Mercedes pushing his new product with a piece of paper back by the guy you don't even know

AILIANO: I do it this way with only one difference. I cover the canned jars with many blankets (with a blanket under as well), for three days to let then cool very slowly.

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How I Can Tomatoes Easily - NO Water Bath

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Canning Tomatoes WITHOUT a pressure cooker and No Water Bath | Useful Knowledge

Canning Tomatoes WITHOUT a pressure cooker and No Water Bath | Useful Knowledge

Preserve your tomato harvest by canning tomatoes without a pressure cooker and no water bath. My family has canned tomatoes like this for generations.