As your garden produces, you need a way to preserve all that goodness.
You can freeze, dehydrate or can your produce to store it for later use. If you decide to can your produce, you’ll need to know that low acid vegetables like peas, green beans, peppers, and corn all need to be pressure canned to be safe.
Learning how to pressure can your garden produce isn’t hard, really. Some people have shied away from pressure canning due to fears of explosions, worry about proper recipes and general lack of know how. If you need some help with getting started, you can go here for some “Pressure Canner 101” help. Once you are ready to pressure can, you will want some tried and tested recipes to help fill your pantry.
Here’s a list of some of my “go to” pressure canning recipes that are easy enough for a beginner, and are useful enough for the most seasoned of canning veterans!
Dry Beans and Quick Meals
Soups, Broths, and Syrups
Sauces and Meats
Check out my other canning recipes here as well
Want to learn more about canning off grid? This video will guide you through everything you need to know how to safely prepare and can your food, even when there is no power, and you find yourself truly off-grid. In this DVD:
- Which way out of three different canning methods, is likely to kill you?
- How has bacteria mutated since Grandma used to can, and how does that affect you?
- How to can raw meat, and why some meat has to be canned differently.
- Why canning milk and eggs should be avoided.
- When to use different canning methods.
- How to can berries, vegetables, fruit, meat off-grid.
- How to blanch tomatoes
... and so much more!
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