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LEARN HOW TO STOP THE INVASIVE SPOTTED LANTERNFLY
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Relishes are members of the pickle family and are relatively easy to make because the vinegar used to flavor them increases the acidity of the vegetables allowing them to be processed in the boiling water bath. It is important to never change the proportions of vinegar, food, or water in a recipe. Doing so can lower the acidity of the relish potentially causing a foodborne illness. Always use scientifically tested recipes to make relishes.
Work quickly to fill the jars with hot relish. Allow adequate headspace—usually ½ inch. Process the hot packed relish according to the recipe. It is not safe to just pour the hot relish into jars without processing it in a boiling water bath.
Fruit relishes are the ultimate in combining sweet and sour. Oscar Relish combines peaches with tomatoes, peppers, and onions in a sweet and sour syrup. Try this delicious relish over roast chicken, grilled fish or to top a turkey burger.
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