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How to Can Vegetables
and Vegetable Products

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Note: There are no safe options for canning these foods in a boiling water canner.

Asparagus, Spear or Pieces

Beans or Peas – Shelled, Dried, All Varieties

Beans, Baked

Beans, Dry, With Tomato or Molasses

Beans, Fresh Lima--Shelled

Beans, Snap and Italian – Pieces, Green and Wax

Beets – Whole, Cubed, or Sliced

Carrots – Sliced or Diced

Cayenne Pepper Sauce   Spanish

Corn – Cream Style

Corn – Whole Kernel

Mixed Vegetables

Mushrooms – Whole or Sliced

Okra

Peas, Green or English – Shelled

Peppers

Potatoes, Sweet – Pieces or Whole

Potatoes, White – Cubed or Whole

Pumpkins and Winter Squash – Cubed

Soups

Spinach and Other Greens

Succotash

Winter Squash and Pumpkins – Cubed

Source: National Center for Home Food Preservation

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