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Pressure canning gazpacho

Posted by fairbakl 6 (My Page) on
Thu, Aug 30, 07 at 15:59

Has anyone pressure canned gazpacho? Does it hold up well? Any recipes? I made a bunch and I'm not sure what to do with it...

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RE: Pressure canning gazpacho

The joy of gazpacho is its freshness. My guess is if you did manage to pressure-can it, the results would be totally unappealing.


RE: Pressure canning gazpacho

I decided against pressure canning when I found the website below, which suggests freezing gazpacho to save it. While I also contend that fresh is best (including gazpacho, salsa, marinara, etc), I like to extend the harvest as long as possible, which is why I can my veggies.

Here is a link that might be useful: Freezing Gazpacho

RE: Pressure canning gazpacho

Thanks for suggesting that. It sounds delicious. And what a treat for the winter.

I have Costenbader's book. She has some great recipes utilizing the freezer.


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