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A Guide To Using The Water Bath Canning Method To Freshly Preserve Pickled Vegetables, Jams, Jellies, and More
High acid foods are processed using the water bath canning method. If done correctly, it will enable you to preserve fruit, juices, jams, jellies, and pickles on a pantry shelf at room temperature without spoiling.
Water bath canning has been used for food preservation for many years. Its original purpose was to preserve food for the armed forces. After becoming accustomed to eating canned food, soldiers continued to do so after returning home. Even now, people are being urged by the government to can their own food, as it was during WWII. You can bet that our grandparents all preserved their own food in cans. However, due to the ease with which canned foods are now accessible, we have mostly forgotten how to properly employ water bath canning (alongside the many skills our grandparents knew).
Nonetheless, all hope is not lost. Many people are picking up the skill of canning in order to become more self-sufficient. Canning in a water bath is fantastic. The simplest way to learn how to can, in my opinion, is with a water bath canner. Even if you have to purchase your canner brand-new and are unable to find one for $1 at a yard sale, it is less daunting than pressure canning and has a lower startup cost.If you are looking for a simplified guide on how to get started with water bath canning as a beginner, then this book is for you.
Below are snippets of what you will learn;
- Foods that should be canned using the water bath methodFoods unsafe to can at allRules for safely canning your foods in a water bath cannerImportant tools required to preserve your food in a water bath cannerCommon water bath canning mistakes and how to avoid themWater bath canning FAQs and answers that address common home canning concernsTested and safe recipe instructions for pickled vegetables, such as asparagus, beets, dilled beans, Jerusalem artichoke, etc.Tested and safe recipe instructions for tomatoes, sauces, and salsas, such as Italian-style tomato sauce, harissa sauce, tomatillo salsa, etc.Tested and safe recipe instructions for jams, jellies, and marmalades, such as apricot jam, pomegranate jelly, apple marmalade, etc.Tested and safe recipe instructions for relishes and chutneys, such as piccalilli relish, cranberry-orange Chutney, etc.
And many more
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