Frozen fruit -- canned

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Occasionally it may be economical to purchase frozen fruits in large packages and can them. Such fruits as cherries, sliced or quartered apples and firm peach slices will can quite satisfactorily. Do not allow frozen fruit to completely lthaw but let the container of fruit stand at room temperature just long enough to thaw sufficiently to permit it to be broken or separated into pieces that can be placed in a pan or kettle. Bring the frozen fruit to a good boil. Pack the fruit and juice (which is syrup) into clean jars, filling to within ½ inch of top of jar. Put on cap, screwing band tight. Process according to time for the kind of fruit being canned.

Source: Kerr Canning Book

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