This video is about canning tomatoes. Showing how I do it. Tomatoes are canned using a process called "Hot Water Bath", no pressure canner is required. My tomatoes are the high acid variety so I don't add vinegar or lemon juice. This round of canning brings me up to 95 jars this canning season. Watch a later video to see how I process the excess juice. If you like this video, please comment below, tell me what you would like to see more of in my videos. Be sure to subscribe so you won’t miss any videos I upload and thanks for watching my channel.
AYMEE Stonefield: I love your videos because I love your voice and southern accent and you don't dilly dally you tell what needs to be done and you just do it. I learned a lot, thank you my grandparents had a beautiful vegetable farm but passed away before I was old enough to ask him how he canned his veges. So thank GOD for people like you who take the time to teach younger generations and thank GOD for youtube.
Nicki Lee: Thank you for posting this video! I just successfully canned my first can of tomatoes following your steps!
flores henriquez: Your videos are the best to me , like i said before you editing is straight to the point and you are full of knowledge and super helpfull !!
Melissa Lawson: I see you do a lot of canning,I have a question. I have a honeysuckle brand turkey I found in the bottom of my freezer,it is 4-5 yrs old.should I pitch it? It's not safe to can is it?
Melissa Lawson: That's awesome that you can boil so many jars in that tub.what is the stove that you are using,does it use propane?
Rhounette Steen: Great info
Carlota Chmielewski: What is the name of your tomatoes variety?
Lois Jones: Awesome teacher!
Kelley Braut: I really enjoyed learning your method of caning toms. I looked for the video on what you do with the juice after squeezing it out of the toms, but didn't find it. I've noted and watched your video on making and canning tomato juice. Is that the video you want us to watch? It confuses me, tho, because you start off with the entire tomato rather than the juice left over from your tomato canning process.
Kay Garvin: I live in South Carolina and we have had a lot of rain this year! So a lot of growth. I found out about you from watching Wanda cannng your green bean recipe at Deep South Homestead! I plan on trying this method with the vinegar, and also your okra. Planted okra first of July so it will come on late. Thank you for your Channel!
Kay Garvin: what type of tomatoes do you grow? They must be high in acid. I grow Cherokee purple they are delicious but not as high in acid so I add lemon juice and I add salt.
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Brandi Shelton: I'm just beginning to can, and I'm teaching myself by reading and watching videos like yours. Thank you so much for all you're doing! I really enjoy watching and I've learned a lot. So far, I've only done various kinds of pickles, but the tomatoes are starting to ripen, and I can't wait to get started with them. Again, thank you! I wish I had taken the time to learn about canning when my grandparents were alive. I hope my mammaw is looking down and watching. :)
Mary Lou: Hope y'all can help me. Every time I don't put the lids on tight the liquid from my jars seeps out into the water bath and the water from the water bath pot seeps into my jars. So I am going to tighten the lids tighter. Anyone else have this problem?
Essem Sween: That old galvanised bathtub is a really nifty idea.
Nefretiri: You have a beautiful garden, I loved the video short, sweet and to the point. I look forward to watching more!
shashakeeleh: Hi OAG! Are you using canning salt, or regular salt?
Believe: Hi, I noticed you didn't heat your tomatoes in a pan after crushing. Also, some people add salt and citric acid. I saw you add something, but you didn't say what it was or how much. Have you ever had a bad batch? I would prefer to do it your way. Thanks for the straight
forward videos. Subbed you.
Liz Tinsley: Please slow down
I can't see very much
Joey Chancey: so you can can them in a water bath and not a pressure canner
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