Category Archive: Canning

Mar 30

Simple Homesteading Canning Strawberry Jam

Making a simple strawberry jam is one of the easiest ways to teach the homesteading self sufficiency food storage canning skills. Many homesteaders grow gardens that produce large harvests including strawberries, visit farmers markets or you pick strawberry fields which all result in fresh sweet strawberries to be preserved to enjoy all year long. Ingredients: …

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Mar 27

Can Your Own Beef Strogonoff

          Can your own beef strogonoff and once you have it canned and on your pantry shelf you will be able to put a delicious cooked beef dinner on the table in the time it takes to boil the noodles. Making this beef strogonoff will make dinner a breeze and still give you the nice …

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Mar 26

Canning Tropically Exotic Pineapple Jam

Canning this tropically exotic Pineapple jam is a bright colorful delicious addition to your food storage pantry shelves that you can enjoy year round. Once you try this scrumptious pineapple jam that can be made frugally, cheaper than you can find in the grocery store if you are lucky enough to find it at all. …

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Mar 20

Canning Coleslaw

     If you have never heard of canning coleslaw you are not alone. I had never heard of it either, I mean isn’t it fermenting? Won’t it explode? The only recipe I have ever tried for making coleslaw is making it with salt and leaving it to ferment. Lots of good probiotics and it is …

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Mar 14

Canning Jam without Added Pectin

Learning the method of canning jam without added pectin utilizes fruits natural pectin to create a thick spreadable jam. Exploring the subject of pectin, it uses, how it retracts and even how we can make it ourselves can really help us understand the science of water bath canning. Pectin, a substance necessary for gel formation, …

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Mar 04

Learn How To Butcher, Smoke and Can a Whole Fish

Every homesteader should learn how to butcher, smoke and can a whole fish to increase it’s flavor, reduce any waste and preserve for long term food storage.    As part of being a resourceful person that is building self sufficiency skill set, you better know what to do with it after you catch it, LOL ! …

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