My favorite canning book hands down is Putting Food By. The Ball Blue Book of Canning is a good resource for beginning canners, however Putting Food By is a full reference book. You can look up just about anything to can and it will tell you how.
Getting Started: Explaining the Canning Methods. There are two home canning methods: water bath canning and pressure canning.Understanding the components and difference between the two processes will help you choose the method best for the foods you want to preserve.
Water bath canning can provide you with a number of delicious foods, including jams, jellies, whole tomatoes and pickles, and it’s a great place to start. A more advanced method is pressure canning.
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The mechanics behind canning are fairly simple. You fill a clean jar with prepared food, apply the flat lid and the threaded ring to the jar and submerge the filled jar in boiling water for a prescribed amount of time (times vary widely, depending on what you’re canning).
Home Canning Kits. This is the same type of standard canner that my grandmother used to make everything from applesauce to jams and jellies to tomato and spaghetti sauce.
canned; canning Kids Definition of can (Entry 3 of 4) : to prepare for later use by sealing in an airtight can or jar Let’s can peaches for winter.
“You can freeze it and can it later,” says Vinton. Canning isn’t limited to summer produce. Vinton makes hot pepper jam in the fall, citrus curd and marmalade in winter, and pickled asparagus in spring.
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