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    Default Article: How to Can Peach Halves

    Learn step by step how to can your own peaches at home from the comfort of your own kitchen and enjoy the fresh taste of this summer fruit year round!

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    The processing time for these should be 30 minutes. You can check processing times at the National Center for Home Food Preservation Website : National Center for Home Food Preservation

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    Default Re: Article: How to Can Peach Halves

    Quote Originally Posted by EileenHewitt View Post
    The processing time for these should be 30 minutes. You can check processing times at the National Center for Home Food Preservation Website : National Center for Home Food Preservation
    Actually the recipe is Correct, these are considered HOT PACK as the Syrup is HOT when it is added to the peaches, therefor the canning time is correct in the Recipe as stated above.

    If you double check the link you posted, you'll see that they Also Recommend 25 minutes for Hot Pack.




    Table 1. Recommended process time for Peaches, halved or sliced in a boiling-water canner.
    Process Time at Altitudes of
    Style of Pack Jar Size 0 - 1,000 ft 1,001 - 3,000 ft 3,001 - 6,000 ft Above 6,000 ft Hot
    Pints
    Quarts 20 min
    25 25
    30 30
    35 35
    40 Raw
    Pints
    Quarts 25
    30 30
    35 35
    40 40
    45

    Please be sure when canning that you do not accidentally mix up Raw Pack and Hot Pack as you will end up with Very Mushy Fruit instead of tasty, well preserved fruit.
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    Seems very simple. I like that it doesn't require a pressure canner.

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    I have never canned before. Always been afraid to try. Can you use the big heavy canning pot on a ceramic stovetop?

 

 

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