Canning Tomatoes WITHOUT a pressure cooker and No Water Bath | Useful Knowledge

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How to can tomatoes the easy way.

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Preserve your tomato harvest by canning tomatoes without a pressure cooker and no water bath. My family has canned tomatoes like this for generations.

We show you how to can and preserve your tomatoes easily without a pressure cooker and no water bath. If you follow our directions your mason jars will seal every time.

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