This collection of information on canning strange interesting foods for food storage will hopefully inspire fellow homesteaders to expand their selection of things to fill mason jars. Canning foods has been used by people preparing for an emergency, storing of garden grown fruits/vegetables or just keeping ingredient fresher longer.
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While most people stick with the traditional types of foods in their canning and most of those appear on a list of the recommended foods to be canned, there are however, some things may not be as well known. One should be very careful when considering whether or not a certain food should be stored over a long period of time.
The article was created to offer its reader some unique food options to add to their emergency food stock that they may not have thought about. However, the list does include things that even the writer admits may not be suitable for canning. They were very careful to includes some disclosures when it came to the ones that had a potential to cause health concerns if followed.
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