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  • 1. rsbethel  |  March 27, 2010 at 10:52 am

    HELP!!!

    Last summer, my first adventure in canning, canned some green beans using the water bath method.I did not have a pressure canner. Follow the directions,clean/new jars,salt,warm water, boiling for 25mintues.All the jar gave a ping sound, pressed down on the lid appeared seal.Place in storage for the winter. When I opened the jars they had a milky solution in the boden, they were spoiled.Some we opened were good having the fresh green smell and apperance. Cooked them they were great.
    The spoiled jars I could open with my fingers/not having to use an opener.
    My question, if the jar pings and you do not get ping back sound what would have caused the spoilage? I asumed they all were sealed.

    Should I have used distilled water?

    We have a water filtering system in our home that uses salt,iron out and bleach, would this be the problem?

    Your directions and suggestions will be deeply appreciated!

    Thanks
    RSBethel

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  • 2. rsbethel  |  March 27, 2010 at 10:53 am

    Canning

  • 3. Maggie  |  March 27, 2010 at 12:13 pm

    This post was for the canning method only. I don’t know anything about water bath.

    Sorry. Best of luck. You’d might have luck commenting on a post with that topic.

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