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Tomatoes, Acid, and Heat: The Science of Canning

The most powerful tool in your preservation toolbox, the one that gives you the ability to defy the known limits of physics (okay, more like "use physics to your humble advantage"), is water-bath or pressure canning. Here's how to do it safely to preserve your ripe summer tomatoes.
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