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Terresa Marler Dipuma
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  • Destrehan, LA
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Terresa Marler Dipuma replied to Nicholas Linzenmeyer's discussion 'I'm a newbie!' in the group Food Preservation
"Welcome! There's some great resources out there when it comes to food preservation. You want to stick to websites that have USDA tested recipes (that assures you that the right method and correct pH). I use this site a…"
Mar 8, 2012
Terresa Marler Dipuma joined Torry's group
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Homemade Cosmetics

Sharing information on making your own lotions, balms, oils, etc.See More
Feb 22, 2012
Terresa Marler Dipuma joined Helen Heil's group
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Apiarists

Beekeepers
Jul 30, 2011
Terresa Marler Dipuma commented on Torry's group 'Food Preservation'
"I'm the same way with quite a few of my old jars. I've got a few Knox that were my grandmother's (and they haven't been made since the forties). I've taught everyone in the house that if the jars have a pretty…"
Jul 11, 2011
Terresa Marler Dipuma commented on Torry's group 'Food Preservation'
"I would use them if the rubber still looks pliable and there's no rust. I've used some lids that I know were over 25 years old and they've all sealed."
Jul 11, 2011
Terresa Marler Dipuma commented on Torry's group 'Food Preservation'
"Harriet, I just received your book as a gift yesterday and look forward to reading it. As for the bounty in New Orleans, I'm planning on picking up a flat of strawberries to turn into preserves. But if we don't get any rain down here…"
Apr 22, 2011
Terresa Marler Dipuma commented on Torry's group 'Food Preservation'
"Kristin- Have you tried kale chips? You tear the leaves into two inch pieces and remove the stem. Toss them with olive oil and your favorite seasoning then put on a sheet pan and cook at 400 degrees until they're crispy. (Stir a few times while…"
Apr 12, 2011
Heather Clark left a comment for Terresa Marler Dipuma
"Hey Terresa, I was trying to find you on facebook but find this site never heard of it though...Your mom said you had a facebook but couldn't find it so can you find me on it...She said you had pics of the baby on it and we wanted to see…"
Nov 18, 2010
Terresa Marler Dipuma replied to Kali's discussion 'Piccalilli' in the group Food Preservation
"My favorite is with white beans. It adds a nice acidity to them. Enjoy!"
Nov 8, 2010
Terresa Marler Dipuma replied to Misty's discussion 'Canning on glass top stove' in the group Food Preservation
"I was also worried before I found some information, but I have been doing most of my canning on a Frigidaire glass top stove (Over 200 jars this summer). It's important not to exceed the burner size by more than an inch and the canner have a…"
Aug 29, 2010
Terresa Marler Dipuma replied to Cornelia's discussion 'BPA-free canning lids!' in the group Food Preservation
"I haven't gotten any of these yet and I'd also like to hear some feedback. I noticed that you have to leave 1 inch of headspace, but Tattler does say that the rings can be used twice."
Aug 27, 2010
Terresa Marler Dipuma replied to Cornelia's discussion 'Canning safely - how do you secure your jars in the pot?' in the group Food Preservation
"I use my pressure canner as a water bath by using a large silicon lid. (pic-processing low temp pickles, lid is to the left) I've also used a silicon potholder at the bottom of the pot when I was canning massive amounts of relish. There was a…"
Aug 27, 2010
Terresa Marler Dipuma joined Fostermamas's group
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Cheesemakers!

A group for people interested in or already making their own cheese. Share recipes, tips, stories and more.See More
Aug 23, 2010
Terresa Marler Dipuma commented on Torry's group 'Food Preservation'
"Bonnie, I would turn them into some type of relish. I had some cucumbers get too big, so I just scooped out the seeds and made them into chow chow and dill relish. Usually the big ones turn mushy if you try to pickle them,"
Aug 23, 2010
Terresa Marler Dipuma commented on Torry's group 'Food Preservation'
"Was it white garlic or the purplish skin? My mother in law used the purple type and her garlic turned blue/green in her pickles. I used the white and mine didn't turn..."
Aug 23, 2010
Terresa Marler Dipuma joined Torry's group
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Food Preservation

How-To's on putting food aside: canning, freezing, drying, much more...See More
Aug 23, 2010

Profile Information

What kind of HOMEGROWN are you?
100% Homegrown, Fill in the Blank
Fill in the blank:
Country Girl with Big City Conveniences
A bit about me:
Grew up in the country but now live in a suburban area. We've got a very small backyard, but have managed to grow tomatoes, cucumbers, lettuce, green onions and peppers in it!
Latest greatest meal cooked at home:
Spaghetti with Chicken - Tomatoes, Sundried Tomatoes and Tomato Sauce that were all Homegrown and Homecanned!
My latest DIY project:
Getting back into canning!

Comment Wall (2 comments)

At 5:10pm on November 18, 2010, Heather Clark said…
Hey Terresa, I was trying to find you on facebook but find this site never heard of it though...Your mom said you had a facebook but couldn't find it so can you find me on it...She said you had pics of the baby on it and we wanted to see them...All of us are on their...Love ya and hope to talk to you soon!!!
At 5:14pm on November 18, 2010, Heather Clark said…
Never mind last comment I find you... lol...

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