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Old June 28, 2016   #11
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That's an expensive proposition Worth! And sometimes they don't survive, Hellmanns. We know now what is going on inside the jars so why not use tested recipes? It doesn't cost much for the extra peace of mind. Up to the individual if they want to take the risk. Just don't give it to others, like the gal who didn't process her potatoes correctly and killed one, sickened a couple dozen last year at a church picnic.
Not really when you consider it costs around $50,000 dollars to make one run with a top fuel dragster.

I used to make steam explosions all of the time growing up.
A spectacular event.
I miss those old heavy metal brake fluid cans.
This is why I am so respectful of the pressure cookers and canners today.
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