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The Phelps Of Food Canning

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The Phelps Of Food Canning

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The Phelps Of Food Canning

The Phelps Of Food Canning

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Master canner Barbara Schaller preserves everything from tomatoes to "pickled boiled dirt chunks." She tells Jacki Lyden how this nasty sounding concoction — pickled beets, for the uninitiated — has turned her into one of the greatest champions of the Minnesota State Fair.

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