Just howling at the moon
I rarely see lid prices but I think they are around $1.19, so double the 2010 prices.I'm woundering about the cost of lids, 49 cents a dozen?
Also for freezing, they are not useing Foodsaver type bags.
I have so much loss from freezing food compaired to canning.
I believe it, I haven't shopped for them for a couple years now.Canning lids are close to $3 a dozen here.
Found a receipt from the 13th. Ball regular lids are $2.19, wide mouth are $3.15. Kerr are a bit more.
I believe it, I haven't shopped for them for a couple years now.
Reusable Tattler Lids $?
Reusable 4everrecap lids w/gaskets $17 for 24 small mouth, $18 for 24 large mouth
I didn't realize there were two kinds of reusable lids, the the 4everrecap ones are only good for 15 times.
I did notice the metal caps are more expensive on Amazon than they are in bulk on ebay, if anyone is shopping around.
SHHHHHH!!!!! You can't admit that! There's some people that believe you should eat and preserve only food that you have grown.commercially bought food.
Ours hold together pretty well canned. Soft, fairly easy to mash, but not mush.I figure if they're canned they'll be mush when done and all I'll have to do is add butter, cheese and a bit of pepper.
Ooops! Did I admit that out loud? LOL! Yes, we buy all kinds of things commercially canned and meat too. I try to limit junk food and preservatives and unhealthy things, but we'll be glad for mac and glow in the dark cheese powder if we can't get to a store.SHHHHHH!!!!! You can't admit that! There's some people that believe you should eat and preserve only food that you have grown.