Reusable Canning Lids

Canning your own fruits, vegetables, jams and jellies can save a lot of money. Some people can meat, poultry and butter, also. I haven’t, yet. I do have a pressure canner now, and would like to try canning meats and soups. Oh, and spaghetti sauce.

Once you buy your jars, as long as you take good care of them, your only yearly expense is buying the canning lids. Well, not counting the food to put in the jars, if you buy fruits and veggies from local farmers.

I was so happy to find this site, Reusable Canning Lids. I haven’t ordered any yet, as I just found it. I plan on it, though.

These lids will save money over buying new lids each year.

For more homemaking ideas, visit 11th Heaven’s Homemaking Haven.

For more kitchen tips, visit Tammy’s Recipes.

For more frugal ideas, visit Frugal Friday

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  1. simpleoldgurl says:

    Hi Linda! I love the idea of reusables, that will save me a ton of cash, since I can everything I can get my hands on, :)/ Thanks for all the cost-cutting tips..much appreciated!

  2. Life Happens says:

    I've only canned peaches and strawberry jam. I wish I had more time to enhance my homemaking skills! Thanks for introducting me to 11th heaven's blog. Love it!

  3. Tara@JustDevineStyle says:

    Just made Jelly for the first time last week and I love the idea of reusable lids. Thanks for the link I am heading over there now to check it out!


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