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Old 11-07-2016, 02:53 PM   #1
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I've got the first batch complete, still cooking the second batch. I don't really measure anything, I just cut the fillets in half and give them a generous coating of Tony's, shove'em in the jar with cut up jalapeņos. Put the lids on, then it's ten pounds of pressure for 100 minutes.
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Old 11-07-2016, 03:29 PM   #2
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make some Mullet Jelly while your at it by just adding Lye .

friend from Norway makes jelly out of fish and it is called lutefisk that is gelatinous in texture. Its name literally means "lye fish"

I declined tasting it !!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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make some Mullet Jelly while your at it by just adding Lye .

friend from Norway makes jelly out of fish and it is called lutefisk that is gelatinous in texture. Its name literally means "lye fish"

I declined tasting it !!!!!!!!!!!!!!
It is not as bad as it looks like.

Its way worse .... I tried it and it was discussing
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I'll stick with the Grouperking's preservation methods.
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The last time I canned them, the jalapeņos were on the mild and bland side.. So this time I added a little extra jalapeņo ..... probably shouldn't have done that. This batch of jalapeņos was far from bland. I got a pack of crackers and opened a jar a little while ago, they were very good but they'll make you sweat.
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make some Mullet Jelly while your at it by just adding Lye .

friend from Norway makes jelly out of fish and it is called lutefisk that is gelatinous in texture. Its name literally means "lye fish"

I declined tasting it !!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I don't believe that I want any mullet jelly. LOL
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What size, brand pot do you use? I'm fixin to order me one and load up on some mullet.
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I really like my All American model 921.
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The last time I canned them, the jalapeņos were on the mild and bland side.. So this time I added a little extra jalapeņo ..... probably shouldn't have done that. This batch of jalapeņos was for from bland. I got a pack of crackers and opened a jar a little while ago, they were very good but they'll make you sweat.
You can send them to me for disposal... I won't even charge you for the service.
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Unlike many of the other brands the All American doesn't have a gasket to have to take care of and replace. It seals without a gasket and it's made in America.
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