Peggi Anne Tebben


Have been canning kale for several years now. Then I make it into "Green Stuff", posted on here also.


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  1. Wash kale & remove large stems. Cut or tear larger leaves in half.
  2. Bring 4" of water to boil in large kettle. I use the big granite ones. Add the kale in. It will shrink down. Cook for about 3-4 minutes.
  3. Pack loosly in sterilized jars. Add enough liquid to cover the kale, about 1" below the top of rim. Add 1/2 Tablespoon salt per quart or 1 tsp. per pint.
  4. Place heated lids on & finger tighten lids.
  5. Process in pressure cooker for 70 minutes per quart & 45 minutes per pint @ 10# pressure.

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Course/Dish: Vegetables
Hashtags: #canning #kale

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