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July 1, 2015

Notice: I am NOT a medical professional and have no desire to be. I am writing from personal experience only.  To avoid spoilage, contamination or illness, follow proper safety guidelines when canning.

When you live in New England, Maine especially, you have to really take advantage of the summer months.  Squeezing six months of activities like visits to/from family, trips to the beach or lake house, or quality time in a garden, into ten short weeks can be daunting.  Everything seems to happen at once.  Including vegetables ripening.

Remembering that I do live in Maine and at any point after say, August 30th, I could be paid a visit by that all to unwelcome guest, Jack Frost, ! find I have to speed harvest. Baskets of tomatoes, beans, summer squash and cucumbers coming out my ears! There is no way that my family could consume this much produce before rotting! All my hard work down the drain.  That is until I learned how to make pickles....

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Peter Sacchetti, MD

1 Brickyard Lane

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York, Maine  03909

Southern Maine, Southern New Hampshire, Portsmouth, Kittery, Kennebunk

Practice Tel: 207-703-5365

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