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Keeping the Health Train Moving

I’m not going to lie. Canning is a little intimidating, but it can be a great tool to keep you on the health train.  As I wrote about in the last blog post, the more you can prep your meals ahead of time, the more successful you will be.  Canning is the ultimate way to prep food.  It’s a great way to save money and eat healthier foods while decreasing your consumption of processed foods filled with chemicals.  Canning can be another great tool to cut down kitchen time, but maximize your meal’s nutritional value.

Our wonderful friend over at The Domestic Wildflower has put together a five day canning challenge to help you with all things canning.  Her five day program will help you become a master canner, and at the same time make it even easier to keep your health train moving in the right direction!  This is a great challenge if eating and feeding your family more whole and healthy foods was one of your New Year’s resolutions.  It will also be a great skill to have when you don’t know what to do with all the produce you’re going to have in your new spring garden.  Click here to join the challenge!

Before you sign up for the 5 day canning challenge, head over to to get all of your canning essentials.  We’ve got all you will need to be ready for your five day challenge.  Check out all of our canning and fermenting accessories here.  With all of Mason Jar Lifestyles canning accessories and The Domestic Wildflower’s 5 day challenge on canning you will so be winning in the healthy eating department of your life!


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