I really enjoy gardening and also canning my food. Currently I have canned salsa, sweet pickle relish, apple sauce, strawberry jam, peach jelly, bread and butter pickles, and peaches. This is a skill everyone should learn how to do. Thanks for watching.
This video is about Experiment in cooking raw ingredients inside the jar Cooked in a pint mason jar for 45 minutes at 12 pounds pressure which is 2 pounds more than recommended for that size. For quart sized jars you would cook it for 15 min longer. What happens is in effect you are cooking
Cooking raw ingredients inside the jar Cooked in a pint mason jar for 45 minutes at 12 pounds pressure which is 2 pounds more than recommended for that size. For quart sized jars you would cook it for 15 min longer. What happens is in effect you are cooking and sterilizing the meat in its
I am merely showing this article as something to think about in a preparedness sense. I really do not care about the commodities market, but this “FOOD SHORTAGES COMING” part really caught my eye! It is very important to note that analyst are saying that a food shortage is certain to happen in the near future. This is critical! Make sure you go to our food storage, gardening, how-to, and equipment links to make sure you are prepared. This is not to scare anyone, just to get you thinking about it NOW!
Short video showing the basics of pressure canning green beans. One of the goals to work for with self-sufficiency, homesteading and/or preparedness is growing and putting up (preserving) enough food to last from one season to the next. This is how the pioneers and early settlers did it. They grew enough in the spring and
Since we have moved into our new place we are looking at planting our own orchard. I wanted to get some apple trees, among other fruit. I have seen cases where too many apples results in attracting unwanted wildlife or other obvious issues. I ran across a great article that explains the art of juicing to help save those half bad apples.