CanningCanned Pot Roast Take Advantage Of Sales

Canned Pot Roast Take Advantage Of Sales

Add to your pantry with canned pot roast, take advantage of sales and stock up even if you have a small freezer. Some folks miss all the meat sales because they only have the freezer that is part of their refrigerator.  If you live in a rental whether house or apartment you most likely don’t have a lot of freezer space. Even some folks that own their home don’t have a deep freeze.

Canned Pot Roast Take Advantage Of Sales

When you don’t have the freezer space it is really hard to stock up on meats when you find a good sale. I know one store here in my town earlier this summer had chicken leg quarters for .29 cents per pound. Now I don’t know about you but I hadn’t see chicken at that price is a really long time. Fortunately I do have a deep freeze so I was able to buy a lot of leg quarters. They are not my favorite for making fried chicken but they work really well for all kinds of dishes calling for cooked chicken along with soups and stews.  All you need to can your own meat is a pressure canner and mason jars.

We are also thinking about buying a quarter of beef this year to get beef that is raised on a farm here in the same area I live in. The beef will be a little cheaper and I will know how it was raised. I could buy this and can it and I will probably can some but for folks without the freezer space you are probably thinking that you can’t stock up on meats that are on sale because the freezer will only hold about a weeks worth of groceries. Now that you see how to can those pot roasts as Canning Granny shows, you too can stock up and instead of freezing the meat you can can it up and add it to your pantry shelves. To take advantage of sales on other meats or on game that you have hunted for check out,   Canning Beef Chicken Ham Fish And Game Meat to put all these meats on the shelf as well.


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Paige Raymond
Paige Raymond
Raised in rural Montana and educated in Mechanical Engineering and Sustainable Development, Paige Raymond combines a practical mindset with a passion for self-reliance and sustainability. With expertise ranging from mechanical solutions and food preservation to emergency preparedness and renewable energy, Paige is a proud author with more than 5000 published articles.

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