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Old 03-08-2018, 08:48 PM   #16
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Thank you Bob and everyone, I pressure canned the sauce at 15 psi for 15 minutes. It worked and no change in flavor. It is a great way to save money by buying by the gallon. Thanks!

Awesome......

Did you get the competition blend, or did you blend them yourself?
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Awesome......

Did you get the competition blend, or did you blend them yourself?
Sorry for the delay, been a little busy last couple of days. I canned just the original, it is my wife's favorite. She is not a fan of hot. I do like the Tennessee Red and blending it. I also use Maul's a lot and put some turbonado sugar under it when I glaze.
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Sorry for the delay, been a little busy last couple of days. I canned just the original, it is my wife's favorite. She is not a fan of hot. I do like the Tennessee Red and blending it. I also use Maul's a lot and put some turbonado sugar under it when I glaze.

You should get a small bottle of Champion's Blend for her to try. Sweet, yet mild, just a little thinner.
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You should get a small bottle of Champion's Blend for her to try. Sweet, yet mild, just a little thinner.
Definitely, it is on the list.
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