четверг, 26 мая 2016 г.

How to Can {A step-by-step guide}

How to Can {A step-by-step guide}


How to Can {A step-by-step guide}


How to Can


Looking to try your hand at canning? Check out these posts for step-by-step guides to canning produce:


Intro to Canning


Canning for Beginners FAQ’s


Collecting the right equipment


Water Bath Canning Guide


Canning Recipes:


How to can blackberry syrup


Quick Canning Equipment List:


If you plan to can, you’ll need an assortment of jars (half pint, pint, quart, half gallon). Smaller jars are great for jams and sauces; larger jars are better suited for whole fruits and vegetables.


Tattler makes reusable canning lids (Amazon) for less than $1/each.


Old canning rings or a silicone trivet (Amazon) in the bottom of the pot work great as a rack. If you are just getting started, doing this method with jam would be a great way to ease into simple water bath canning.


A water-bath canner (Amazon) typically holds 8-9 pints or 7 quarts at a time and can be purchased new for less than $20.


Ball Blue Book Guide to Preserving – Everyone interested or involved in preserving food should own this book


Jar Lifter – As the name implies, this helps lift hot jars in and out of the hot canner.


Magnetic Lid Wand – This tool helps get lids out of hot water (used to sterilize and soften the seals) and onto your jars. After burning my fingers far too many times, I finally broke down and bought one. For about $2.


Wide Mouth Funnel – Placed on a jar, this helps pour hot jams, sauces, or produce into hot jars without making a huge mess.


Bubble Remover – You can purchase an actual tool to slide into your filled jars to remove bubbles.


Pomona’s Universal Pectin (Amazon), which is 100% citrus pectin with no preservatives, is more expensive but has the benefit of making jam or jelly with low amounts of any sweetener.


Original article and pictures take http://www.frugallivingnw.com/popular-series/how-to-can-a-step-by-step-guide site

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