I recently did some more canning. This time, applesauce. It's probably a good guess that taking an attractive picture of applesauce is beyond my capabilities, so I'm not going to bother. I can tell you it came out a pretty pink color, because, thanks to my German Wheels, I was able to cook the apples with their skins, and strain the skins out after. Beats peeling 30 pounds of apples, hands (and peelers) down. When you preserve foods, you can use the jars and rings many times over, but since the flat lids will reliably vacuum seal only once in their lives, it's customary to use new ones each for each project. Who knew that the old ones would be so handy in a motorcycle tank bag?
Here the lid keeps the side stand from sinking into the soft ground, thus preserving my motorcycle from a tip over! So much classier than a flattened Coors Light* can, wouldn't you agree?
*Coors Light is not my first (or second, or third, or fourth...) choice of beer. Oh yeah, and I don't drink and ride, either. Ever.