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  1. Violet

    Turkey stock

    No. It is not safe. Even processing may not destroy all the bacteria. As was said, broth is only safe for 2 days in the fridge.
  2. Sorry, no, it is not deemed safe. Even if you don't smell it being "off", there is plenty of bacteria to make you ill by now.
  3. Violet

    A Jelly Question

    Not by people who are up to date on food preservation safety.
  4. Violet

    A Jelly Question

    I don't see it as a safety issue, but it may break the gel. All you can do is heat it up, put in smaller jars, process and see what happens unless you want to thicken it up while heating with some Clear Jel. That would at least give it some thickness for sure.
  5. Boy, am I glad ! I am taking it for pain, not for depression. I just recently started it and was sent the name brand. This will help save me some money.
  6. I am really happy to hear this again !! I wear them, too. They make nice gifts and I try to find potholders and oven mitts, etc. to coordinate. Now I am learning to do crocheted edgings on kitchen towels and washcloths. Will be another nice addition, I think to my gifts.
  7. Violet

    Need Info on Food Grade Hydrogen Peroxide

    If you want to get rid of skin tags cheaply, then put nailpolish on them. It does work ! My hairdresser used it and hers are gone. Oregano oil works, too, if you have that.
  8. Violet

    Need eye wash recipe

    I get it in the health section at the pharmacy. When we had Kmart I got it there.
  9. Violet

    Need eye wash recipe

    I also use boric acid. It is listed in some of the commercial eye drops.
  10. Violet

    Beans Question

    They should be dumped. You may even find them starting to sprout after a few days. Also, you should not be canning the beans if they are raw. They must be fully rehydrated and cooked some before pressure canning. They are a hot pack food only, not raw packed. Otherwise your beans are considered underprocessed and can lead to botulism. Using the raw beans like that, during the canning, most of the time is spent just getting the beans hot and starting to cook. You want the bacteria destroyed, so a hot pack is the only safe method. I also don't know what kind of seasonings you mean. Only salt or some dried herbs/spices should be added.
  11. Violet

    Seeking Prayers

    Denise, when I became diabetic 8 years ago, I went through the same sort of depression. My doctor said that you go through a lot of physical and chemical changes when you are diabetic. I got on some medication and it has been life changing. Please, don't keep suffering like this. Go and see about getting an antidepressant medication. The new ones out do not make you all foggy feeling or out of it. It just made me feel normal and happy again. Takes a little while to be on it to start working, so give it a chance. I take Lexapro. That is the only feeling I have from, no bad side affects. I just feel normal again. I am so sorry you are dealing with all of this. You need to take care of yourself. You don't want to wind up on insulin if you don't have to. You don't want any physical issues to come up at all if you can avoid it. Just call tomorrow and get yourself in to see your doctor asap. Hugs, Violet
  12. No way would I do this ! Meats and meat products are risky to do unless you make a safe jerky recipe. It would need tons of salt to keep it safe as it was drying. No thanks, not me.
  13. Current copy of the Ball Blue book has both of those recipes for use. The praline pecan is wonderful !
  14. Violet

    What are you canning today? Part 8

    Maybe, but canning it with the bacon would not be considered safe... nor the butter. I am wondering why you are using recipes and methods not USDA safety tested...
  15. Violet

    Banana overload

    I thought you had fresh eggs. The only ones I get are store eggs. Can't afford to pay $4 or more per dozen fresh eggs.
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