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1/17/10 10:35 AM
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spg
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I absolutely love making my own sauces, but it's a pain to make fresh every single time.  I've been looking into how to bottle my own sauce, and have read this article:

http://www.ehow.com/how_2296591_bottle-sauces.html

is there any type of bottle I should get specifically for this?  I couldn't find anything on amazon...  can I just reuse an old salad dressing bottle? 
1/17/10 10:36 PM
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 Depends on how long you're going to keep it.  If it's only a week or so then probably.  I don't think you have to be sterile with it or anything if you're not planning on shelving it.  

What sauces we talking about?  
1/17/10 10:52 PM
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i just use pint mason jars for my sauces. use a pressure canner for low acid sauces. they have plastic screw on lids once you open the jar. shelf life is like...forever.

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