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Diane Devereaux, The Canning Diva®, is a nationally-syndicated food preservation expert and award-winning author who has spent over 25 years mastering the art and craft of home canning and food preservation. This podcast will share delicious water bath and pressure canning recipes from all three of her published works, will give tips and techniques on how to preserve food in jars, dehydrate, freeze and so much more. Diane will also share culinary techniques, dive into the science and math us ...
 
Canning Shame is a project looking into causes of Shame. I, a forensic behavioural criminologist of 20+ years will be diving into trauma, vicarious trauma, bullying, toxic relationships, toxic work cultures, work place bullying, all types of bias and many many more issues involving the laws of human nature. The intention of this podcast is to give understanding and enlightenment on sensitive topics. To help you to get your power and the control back by realizing you aren’t alone.
 
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The Elderberry is used to make wine, jam, syrup and even pie filling! IT has been known to help medicinally by supporting the immune system and having antiviral and anti-inflammatory benefits - specifically the Sambucus Nigra variety. Diane, The Canning Diva®, shares with listeners vital information on how to safely use elderberries as well as how …
 
This delicious soup is one of The Diva’s favorites to enjoy during the cold winter months. It has an array of proteins and fresh vegetables so you may give your family a healthy, filling meal in minutes. Serve the soup with a slice of hot-from-the-oven beer bread or with a handful of oyster crackers. Tune into this episode and learn how to make thi…
 
The Canning Diva® shares with listeners 5 helpful tips so canners, new and old, may purchase the pressure canner perfect for their needs and their budget. Diane explores the variety of options, discusses yield and output, shares with listeners costs and availability and even provides listeners with what has worked well for her in her home kitchen. …
 
Thank you for visiting my canning cellar! Salsa! here’s the ingredients I used 10 lbs green tomatoes chopped 8 cups onions 2 teaspoons dried red pepper flakes 8 lg red peppers chopped 6 garlic cloves minced 1 cup dried basil 1 cup lime juice 1 cup lemon juice 1 cup apple cider vinegar 2 tablespoons salt 1 tablespoon cumin 4 tsp black pepper 1 table…
 
Pizza Sauce, Update on Evelyn's Jam What I used for equipment was my presto precise digital canner, my electronic postal scale, a dutch oven stovetop pot, a jar lifter, a canning funnel, a measure cup, a de-bubbler, a strainer, a wooden spoon, a dish towel, a vinegar soaked lint free cloth, small serrated knife. What I used for ingredients: 10 poun…
 
So you are the victim of a Gaslighter or you think you might be? Get the facts and info on what you are looking at and how to get your sanity straight enough to get the hell out of there asap. Gaslighting the buzz word of the 21st century is no joke, if you actually are unfortunate enough to get the attention of a gaslighter you wont be laughing. Y…
 
In this episode, The Canning Diva® shares how the Presto Precise® Digital Pressure Canner has changed the way she preserves low acid foods. She gives listeners the skinny on how to incorporate this amazing appliance into your everyday life so you may preserve low acid foods on the regular. She takes you through the simple steps to use it and compar…
 
Blueberry Jam! My friend Nancy generously picked and gifted us 4 pounds of blueberries. Evelyn plans on entering jam at the fair again this year, last year she won a blue ribbon for her raspberry jam. I measured the blueberries out into two bags of 6 cups each and froze them until she and I were able to do some canning. I had looked at the recipe I…
 
Kori sent me a recipe for sweet tea jelly and I decided to make it using chai tea. Because I didn’t have the required liquid pectin, only powdered pectin, I thought I could substitute the powder. However, because the first pectin I saw in my cupboard was an already opened jar of low and no sugar pectin, I decided to use that. Don’t be me. Don’t mes…
 
With countless tomato varieties available today, it is often difficult for new canners to know which to use in home canning. In this episode, The Canning Diva®, shares her tips helping listeners determine which tomato is right for their home canning uses. Learn the many uses for the plumb, or Roma, tomato and the ways in which she maximized 8 bushe…
 
Plum Jam and Spicy Plum Sauce. I went by the recipe found in the Sure-jell brand of low or no sugar pectin. The difference in the makeup is the classic pectin requires a higher amount of sugar in order to set as the low/no sugar pectin will set without any added sugar due to the addition of dextrose in the product. So the pectins can’t be interchan…
 
The defamation trial is over but the drama isn't. We are diving deep into Amber Heard's behaviours and mannerisms through out her first interview with NBC , through an analysis of her micro/macro facial behaviours, body language, tone and language. Also, we will look at where and why she said what she did and where she went wrong.…
 
Canning last year's tomatoes! Here's how! I forgot to weigh the tomatoes that I froze last year, but I figure there were about 25ish pounds. To freeze, I simply rinsed them with water, cut off any blemishes, and froze in plastic bags. To use, what I did was pour each bag of tomatoes into a pot of hot tap water, just long enough for the water to all…
 
Diane Devereaux, The Canning Diva® , takes another fun dive into freeze drying with guest, Lorrie Reminga. In this episode, they dive a bit deeper into some of the nuances of freeze drying. Lorrie shares tips on how to properly preserve your freeze dried foods and discusses the various accessories and trays that have helped along the way. They also…
 
Diane Devereaux, The Canning Diva®, changes things up a bit in this informative episode with guest, Lorrie Reminga. Lorrie shares with listeners her experience with a Harvest Right freeze dryer, giving insight into how it works, the fun foods you can freeze dry, the costs involved and so much more! The Canning Diva® also shares the many benefits to…
 
Seriously...Lets talk Amber Heard! With the biggest trial in a long time, who can escape it? No one!!...it's on every media platform. As a Forensic Behavioural Criminologist I found Amber Heard's micro and macro expressions mesmerising. She is a dream subject for a behaviouralist. However, before I jump into analysing Amber Heard's facial behaviour…
 
In this exciting episode, The Canning Diva dives into the art and craft of pickling as a means of food preservation. She will break down the science and the math in the required brine ratio to take low acid food and create a high acid environment. She dives into the reasoning and methodology behind the art of pickling and how to properly raw pack j…
 
In this episode, The Canning Diva® teaches listeners various tips and what to store long-term as you build your food supply, including medicinal items and emergency essentials to productively round out your pantry. Preparedness isn’t just for preppers – it’s for everyone! Why Stock Your Pantry Now? A disaster is relative to you. It is what hits you…
 
This is season 2, episode 19, Pepper Jelly. This recipe was done on the water bath cycle of my digital canner, and of course you can use your regular water bath canner. For equipment I also used a dutch oven pot, pot holders, a canning funnel, canning jar lifter, a sharp knife, a cutting board, measure cups and spoons, my small food processor, and …
 
In this fun informational episode, The Canning Diva® explains her canning technique called, Raw Stacking. She gives listeners the Top 5 Advantages of raw stacking a canning recipe, shares how to use your frozen vegetables and meats, gives detailed information when using dried beans when raw stacking and shares why certain recipes may not be best su…
 
As a trailer to The Canning Diva®’s previous episode, Economical Canning Recipes During Inflation, Diane wanted to dive a bit deeper in this episode so you may learn how to safely preserve chicken in a jar for long-term food storage. With the increase in overall food costs affecting consumers, we see a drastic 8.5% increase in the cost of chicken a…
 
Welcome to my canning cellar, where my goal is not to tell YOU how to can, but rather tell you how ‘I’ can. I am an advocate of following guidelines such as stated by the National Center for Home Food Preservation, and I’ll put the link in the show description, although I also explore other canning groups and websites to study and sometimes copy tr…
 
We all know them, we have all had a shit time due to one and we've all called someone out on it. But, have we really had a run in with a narcissist? Or are we just jumping on a new buzz work because it sounds right. This episode will help relief what ever situation you are in with someone that is confusing you. Are they a narcissist? Do you need to…
 
With the cost of food increasing and farmers recently on the news warning us there is going to be a food crisis come Summer 2022, not to mention the news reporting the State of Michigan will face planned power outages, it is imperative we have ready-to-eat food in jars on our pantry shelves. Diane, The Canning Diva®, shares with you some of her can…
 
Diane Devereaux, The Canning Diva®, shares what she has learned about her overall pantry supply after being faced with a disaster lasting more than six weeks. After breaking her ankle, having surgery and going through recovery, it has really forced The Canning Diva to look at her personal food preserves in a whole new light! In today’s episode, she…
 
We are all hiding something from the world, or at the least our closest circle. We hide behind a mask that at times is detrimental to our careers and inner well being. Our mental health is a valuable fragile commodity that we need to cherish and care for. Self awareness is the startin making sure we live our best lives. Letting go of our insecuriti…
 
Welcome to my canning cellar. My purpose is not to tell you HOW to can, but rather tell you how 'I' can. Please do your own research to find the canning processes that make you feel the most confident and safe. This is the original recipe as given to me to make 4 pints. 2 pounds green beans, washed, ends trimmed brine: 2.5 cups vinegar 2.5 cups wat…
 
Welcome to my canning cellar! This is where I don’t want to tell you how to can but rather tell you how I can. Everyone has to do his or her own research and use the information that makes them feel the most comfortable and confident. I utilize the guidelines put out by the national center for home food preservation which I’ll link to in the show d…
 
French Onion Soup! What I used for equipment was a large dutch frying pan, a large stock pot, a cutting board, a sharp knife, a canning funnel, a de-bubbler, a two cup measure cup, dish towels, potholders, the jar remover tongs and I ended up needing 9 quart jars. I used the Presto digital canner, again not good with the planning, which meant I had…
 
In this episode, The Canning Diva® shares three preservation methods for fresh mint. She gives you the recipe and technique to preserve Mint Jelly in a jar, how to dehydrate mint leaves and a recipe to create delicious mint tea with citrus zest. Lastly, she shares with listeners how to use the steeped mint leaves in a delicious Pesto Sauce. The Can…
 
Are you ready to begin home canning but are unsure what is needed to start? In this episode, Diane Devereaux, The Canning Diva, shares her list of canning essentials she uses in her home kitchen, making the canning experience safe and efficient. These cost effective solutions will help you remain safe while working around high temperatures and glas…
 
In this episode The Canning Diva® shares the Top 5 Reasons why it is important to learn how to dehydrate foods. She shares efficient and easy ways to maximize your food preservation efforts and ensure you have a well rounded food supply in the event of a disaster or economic downturn. Diane, The Canning Diva®, breaks down the 4 Key Factors required…
 
Welcome to my canning cellar! What I used for equipment was a dutch oven pot, my Presto digital canner, a cutting board, a serrated lettuce knife, a canning funnel. What I used for the product was romaine lettuce, I can’t remember how much I had, but am thinking at least three bunches. I used 6 cups of apple cider vinegar, 2 cups water and 1/2 cup …
 
Welcome to my canning cellar, season 2 episode 12. I don’t tell you how to can but rather how I can. Please do your own research as sometimes I will stray off into untested territories, and by untested, I mean by the USDA or the National Center for Home Food Preservation. I sometimes will go by the results from experienced home canners. I had both …
 
Tomato Soup! tomatoes, probably 14 various sizes, whole, peeled, just top part of core removed 2 cups bottled tomato juice 1 onion, diced or minced as small as you'd like 9 tablespoons butter, divided 2 cups half and half 4 tablespoons flour 1 teaspoon minced garlic 1 teaspoon basil 3 tablespoons sugar 1 teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon pepper For equipmen…
 
Home canned sloppy joes! The ingredients I used were 4 pounds ground hamburg, 2 cups chopped onions, 6 teaspoons Worcestershire sauce, 3 cups ketchup, 1/2 cup water, 4 tablespoons apple cider vinegar, 4 tablespoons brown sugar and 4 teaspoons prepared yellow mustard, not dry mustard. The items I used were my Presto Precise digital canner, a canning…
 
With the holidays around the corner, learn how to preserve delicious and visually appealing gifts to give this Thanksgiving and Christmas season. The Canning Diva will teach you how to use cranberries and apples, a seasonal favorite, in recipes to preserve and share throughout the holidays as well as use for fun gift ideas any time of the year. The…
 
In this episode, The Canning Diva teaches you how to home can Chicken Soup to help ward off seasonal crud so you may stay healthy all winter long. Also known as Nature’s Penicillin, The Canning Diva shares the many healthy benefits of consuming Chicken Soup and the soup's amazing history so listeners may feel confident storing this natural remedy i…
 
Welcome to my canning cellar! Some of these rutabagas were larger round than a big head of cabbage, and they weren’t easy to peel. My research told me to put them in boiling water to loosen up the skins, but I found the easier way for me was using my vegetable peeler. Not only did it work, it kept me from the extra step of waiting for the water to …
 
Season 2, Episode 5. Peas! I looked on the National Center For Home Food Preservation and there all approved and everything was how to can dried peas. I will put the link in the show description. What I used for equipment was a large stock pot, a wooden mixing spoon, a measure cup, a canning funnel, debubbler tool, a dish towel and I used the Prest…
 
Fair Entries, Bad Cord, Zucchini Jam Two different kinds of zucchini jam using the same base recipe. The equipment I used was my digital canner, a dutch oven pot, a wooden spoon, a food processor with the shredding attachment, a vegetable peeler, a paring knife, a skimmer, a dish towel, a canning funnel, a rubber daisy, a jar lifter, and I always w…
 
Using the Mrs. Wage’s packet:. What I used was a stainless steel stock pot, a wooden spoon, paring knife, strainer, canning funnel, de-bubbler, jar lifter, towel, paper towel, white vinegar, and I used my digital canner. I followed the directions on the package, and it was very easy seeing how it included the spices. All I had to do was wash the to…
 
Welcome to Season 2, Episode 1, Herb Potatoes My equipment was the Presto Precise Digital Canner, a small pot, 2 large pots, a colander, a potato peeler, my favorite small paring knife, a canning funnel, a de-bubbler tool, vinegar and paper towels, an oven mitt, a jar lifter and a dish towel, along with my usual garb of the vintage snap front apron…
 
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