Canning Potatoes

If you grew a lot or find a great sale see how to save your excess by canning potatoes. One of the benefits of growing much of your own fruits and vegetables is that you can eat as much as you can after harvesting and then store the rest for use later.

Canning is one of the primary ways that homesteaders and the frugal use in order to prepare their freshly picked fruits and vegetables for long-term storage. This video was designed to introduce the viewer to how to store fresh potatoes.

Canning Potatoes - The Homestead Survival - Food Storage

The tutorial for canning potatoes is from, Joe and Zach Survival. The video-based recipe includes a listing of all of the materials and kitchen tools that are needed to be on hand. All of the information is presented in a way that makes it really easy to watch and follow. One thing I will add here is that you should really peel your potatoes before canning . According to Pick Your Own  “Potatoes must be peeled before canning. Potato skins contain a high bacteria count increasing the chance of botulinum toxin formation.” So to be safe you should peel them before canning.

Benefits of watching the video Homemade Recipes: Canning Potatoes

Discover how easy it can be to store your freshly harvested potatoes so that they can be used throughout the year.
The recipe includes a detailed description of everything you will need to prepare and can potatoes.

The recipe also includes an easy to follow video tutorial that shows everything from start to finish.
The video is the perfect way for the presenter to share their knowledge of canning which is used for long-term storage.

 

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