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Firstly, my hubby is 51 so the chances of him growing anymore are pretty slim to none. Secondly, don't screw up the length, if you measure properly you won't be screwed, as you put it. Hemming "about a 100 pairs of pants" doesn't make you an expert and there is more than just your way.
I hem my sons sweatpants pretty much the same way and use the extra material to make caps for him, they were popular in school for awhile. I don't think it would work for jeans though... You could use them for patches.
I'm not sure, I've only done this on sockeye salmon and a couple times on small trout... I would imagine it would work on any fish.
You should eat any canned foods within one year of canning it.
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You add an extra egg.
I should add you can as usual in a pressure cooker.
None, no taste of vinegar at all. It just helps to soften the bones so you can eat them. I've put a few drops of liquid smoke into the jar and that taste okay too. Another way I can salmon is to bake the whole fish on a cookie sheet, save the juice when done. Strip all meat from the bones and skin and put the meat into the jars, add a few drops of liquid smoke, some salt and this taste delicious in a salad or straight from the jar.
Sure, it would probably work.
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