This step by step tutorial of pressure caning meat to fill your food storage pantry to create a food supply that your family can depend on.
It’s canning season! With all the amazing fruits and veggies available this time of year, many people are taking advantage of the excess and putting some away for later. However, something that works great canned, but is often overlooked, is meat.
Canning meat is a great way to save meat you might have purchased when it was on sale or if you know you aren’t going to have time over the next few weeks or months to prepare meat ahead of time. It takes a little work up front, but once you get it in the cans, it will save you a bunch of time when you prepare it later on in your favorite dishes.
This tutorial will take you through the simple steps you need to take to can your own meat. However, the first thing you should know is that you can’t do this tutorial if you don’t have a pressure canner. Unfortunately, meat needs to be canned using this method or else it isn’t safe for consumption. If you aren’t sure how to use a pressure canner, this tutorial has a link to another tutorial that goes through the exact steps you need to take to can your meat safely.
For this tutorial, you’ll need:
– Beef, Venison, Elk, or Pork
– Canning Jars, Lids, and Rings
– A Pressure Canner
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This tutorial uses pictures and written instructions to lead you through a very easy way to store meat, so you can use it without hassle whenever you want.
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