No raccoons in the corn! Amazing–those red flashing lights worked. Since this is the first year in a while that I’ve had enough corn to preserve, I froze the first big batch.
Here are the bags ready for the freezer after shucking, blanching, chilling, and cutting off the cob.
But then the freezer was full, right up to the top. Over one fourth of the new contents are blueberries. They will taste so good this winter, but what to do with the rest of the garden harvest???? I decided, for the first time in many years, to can some of the corn harvest. I just couldn’t waste all that good food.
Canning isn’t a mysterious process. Just follow exactly the directions in your pressure canner’s manual and you will be fine.