Inside: Dive into a world of unique canning recipes. Elevate your pantry with homemade delights beyond the ordinary. Start preserving today!
While tomatoes, pickles, fruits, and berries often take the canning spotlight, there's a vast universe of other ingredients waiting to be preserved. In this culinary journey, we dive into the often-overlooked treasures of the canning world.
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Canning Recipes From Your Garden
From savory spreads to zesty condiments and everything in between, these recipes will open your eyes to a realm of canning possibilities that go beyond the usual suspects.
Get ready to stock your pantry with an array of delectable, homemade creations that will elevate your meals year-round. Join us as we uncover the art of canning beyond the ordinary.
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Canning sweet potatoes (or yams, as they are also called) is a simple process that will allow you do enjoy them all year long. Canning yams makes them shelf stable so you can store them without a root cellar.
Canning green beans is an easy summer activity that allows you to enjoy them all year long! Find out how to can green beans in a pressure canner, as well as how to deal with the fact that green beans are not ready to harvest at the same time.
Canning carrots is a great way to preserve carrots, take advantage of store sales, or just can the carrots from your own garden. Learn how to can carrots with a pressure canner for easy sides, soups, and more.
Canning corn for your home pantry is a wonderful way to store corn for later on without needing to take up freezer space. This pressure canning recipe is simple to process and creates an easy to use staple for future recipes.
Frequently Asked Questions
How long do canned pickles last? Canned vinegar pickles are made with higher proportions of vinegar, salt, and sugar. The jars are then processed in a hot water bath. Canned pickles are shelf-stable for up to a year and in some cases longer.
What are the 3 basic ingredients in pickling? Vinegar, sugar, and salt make a balanced brine to transform any fruit or veggie into a delicious pickle.
Do pickles need to be water-bath canned? Foods with a high acidity level, such as pickles and jams, can be canned in a simple pot of boiling water, known as a water-bath canner. Other foods, such as peas and beans, need to be canned in a pressure canner.
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