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Canning Red Beet Eggs?

I'm just getting into canning foods. (successfully hot-water canned spaghetti sauce!) this weekend, I will be making a batch of red beet eggs, and I'm wondering, if I make a huge batch, can they be canned or will they be preserved based on the fact that they're prepared with/stored in a vinegar solution?

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Re: Canning Red Beet Eggs?

If you are talking about eggs pickled in red beet juice and vinegar, that is usually made one batch at a time and kept in the refrigerator. People who do really like this, generally can the beets and then use the canned beets to make the eggs throughout the year.

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