Canning Round up for May – 2017

2017  Please note for ease of tracking, I will be rounding everything up or down into pints.. example, if I do 7 quarts of something, it will be written as 14 pints, if I do 8 80z jars it will be written as 4 pints..  you get the idea.. It will make my life so much easier when I am the math each month for a round up this year..  I will try? to keep the page updated on this on the blog directly but will only share this post at the end of the month. It will be both a monthly round up and a running count for the year.

Lilac Jelly made from the Standard Lilac flowers with a mix of the darker flowers.

 

Total Pints to date for 2017- 154Pints

  • Canning Running List.
    19 pints of Turkey Veggie Barley Soup
    9 pint of rabbit meat
    4 pints of raspberry-Ginger Jam
    6 pints of blood orange marmalade
    3 pints of kumquat marmalade
    4 pints of lime marmalade
    4 pints of Lemon Crown Royal Jelly
    4 pints of Pink Grapefruit and Rose Petal Marmalade
    6 pints of Seville Orange Marmalade
    9 pints of Beet Pickles
    18 pints of Canned Pork
  • 5 pints of plain sweet bread and butter Sunchoke pickles
  • 1 pint of Sweet Bread and Butter Sunchoke and Pepper Pickles
  • 4 pints of Dill Sunchoke Pickles
  • 9 pints of ham bean soup
  • 9 pints of rabbit stew
  • 5 pints of Rabbit Meat
  • 18 pints of lamb stew meat
  • 18 pints of lamb stew made with veggies and barley
  • 4 pints of lilac jelly (8 half pints plus one 4 oz)

 

Feb Update
No canning done in Feb – However I used a total of 47 pints from the pantry thoughout the month of Feb. Out of homemade Canned Corn

March Update
March was a lean canning month (which just makes sense when you don’t buy much off the farm)
-9 pints of Pickled Beets
18 pints of ground pork

April Update

May Update

  • 5 pints of Rabbit Meat
  • 18 pints of lamb stew meat
  • 18 pints of lamb stew made with veggies and barley
  • 4 pints of lilac jelly (8 half pints plus one 4 oz)
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