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*  Food Safety, Preservation and Nutrition - Dane County
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*  Pickling - It Isn't Just for Cucumbers! - Isabella County | MSU Extension
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*  Saving | Define Saving at Dictionary.com
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*  ICH - Knowledge and Practices Concerning Nature and the Universe
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*  Calendar | University of Missouri Extension
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*  Food Preservation: Questions (and Answers) about Food Preservation from Food52 - Food52
Food Preservation: Questions and Answers about Food Preservation from Food52 - Food52.  Shop.  Wedding Registry.  Features. 8 Food Blog Links We Love.  Recipes. Featured Recipes. Genius Recipes. Recipes for Fall.  Contests. About the Contests. Hotline. . . Favorites Collections Saved Recipes, Articles, Products. Find Friends. Log Out. Sign Up. Log In. Log In Sign Up. Follow friends and influencers By following your friends and influencers you'll be able to see what they're saving in real time. Sign up. Loading. .   My Basket. Loading. Remove from basket. Remove from basket From:. Back to questions Cooking questions and answers about: food preservation What preservative can I add to cookies bars to keep fresh longer. almost 2 years ago / Last answered almost 2 years ago ⚑ Tags: food preservation 1 Answer 1,402 Views. almost 2 years ago / Last answered almost 2 years ago ⚑ Tags: tipsy maple corn, food shipping, food pr...
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*  Food preservation
... Many processes designed to preserve food will involve a number of food preservation methods. Some traditional methods of preserving food have been shown to have a lower energy input and carbon footprint, when compared to modern methods. Pickling. Canning. Curing Fermentation. Industrial/modern techniques Pasteurization. High-pressure food preservation. Curing food preservation. "The Chemistry of Food Additives and Preservatives" These compounds aid in the drying and preservation of meats and other foods. Most commonly subjected to this method of food preservation are meat s and fish that have undergone curing. It is one of the oldest food preservation methods, which probably arose after the development of cooking with fire. Pickling. Pickling. In fermentation pickling, the food itself produces the preservation agent, typically by a process that produces lactic acid. Many root vegetables are very resistant to spoilage and require no other preservation than storage in cool dark conditions, for example by b...
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*  Types of Food Preservation Methods
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*  .. Posts Tagged ‘food preservation’ .. Grow a Sustainable Diet now available! .. Finding Place
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*  National Center for Home Food Preservation
... Home Publications Search Seasonal Tips Blog Info Request Multimedia FAQs Contact Links How do I. Can Freeze Dry Cure Smoke Ferment Pickle Make Jam Jelly Store For Educators. What's New Making Apple Juice Making Apple Jelly Burning Issue: Using Atmospheric Steam Canners. About Us The National Center for Home Food Preservation is your source for current research-based recommendations for most methods of home food preservation. The Center was established with funding from the Cooperative State Research, Education and Extension Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture CSREES-USDA to address food safety concerns for those who practice and teach home food preservation and processing methods. We offer you free lesson plans for teaching youth how to preserve at home in Put it Up. curriculum page. There you can also access the new teaching tools: legal-size posters with step-by-step checklists. See our directions for canning and freezing soups. Not all homemade soups can be successfully preserved for long-term sto...
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*  Food Preservation Techniques with High Health Risks
... Share. Share. Share. Preservation with Salt. One of the oldest food preservation techniques in all of human history is rolling a meal in salt so that it does not spoil. Salt or a saline solution will keep germs and bacteria from developing in food so that it can stay fresh and unspoiled for several weeks. Most frequently, meats and fish are cured with salt. Commercial fishermen purchase salt by the ton in order to transport salmon, cod, mahi mahi and seafood. The health risks of eating too much salt from food preservation, however, become quite severe. Too much salt leads to high blood pressure that threatens the health of the heart and nerves. High sodium intake can lead to hypertension, strokes and coronary disease. You can minimize the intake of salt in preserved food by washing it before you eat it, but there will still be salt left within the food. Food storage can be beneficial, but some types of storage will increase the risk of health hazards. Make sure that you do not consume foods high in sodiu...
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*  Membrane filtration techniques in food preservation - CentAUR
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*  Canning Granny: Canning Green Peas
... Canning Green Peas. Green peas, sweet peas, English peas, spring peas, garden peas... and yummy beside a scoop of mashed potatoes and a slice of meatloaf, or added to the creamy sauce in a chicken pot pie. I washed and sterilized my pint canning jars and kept them hot until I was ready for them. Green peas are a low-acid vegetable and must be pressure canned, so I got out my pressure canner, and, following the directions that came with my brand of canner, I loaded the jars of peas into the canner. I processed my jars at 10 pounds of pressure for 40 minutes. Labels: Canning, English Peas, Garden Peas, Green Peas, Peas, Spring Peas, Sweet Peas, Vegetables. ~~Granny Delete. I would like to can my peas in half pint jars. I live alone and pint jars are much too big for a meal. Can you use half pint jars and if so how long would you process them. ~~Granny Delete. August 9, 2014 at 10:02 AM You will need to process them at the time and pressure recommendation for your altitude. May 18, 2014 at 3:40 PM I'm n...
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*  Canning Pie Filling - An education in Clear Jel - Canning Homemade!
Canning Pie Filling - An education in Clear Jel - Canning Homemade. Canning Homemade. clear jel. Pie. Canning Pie Filling - An education in Clear Jel. Canning Pie Filling - An education in Clear Jel. Canning Homemade. It seems that over the years with all the testing that has gone on in making recipes safer for canning the thickener, or cornstarch, that makes the luscious almost caramel filling for the pie has been stricken from the record. I wanted to show you what happens when you use this to can your pie fillings. Apple Pie Filling made with cornstarch. The substitute for all canners of pie filling had come to the scientists and testers of recipes in the form of a modified cornstarch that will produce a more successful product. The final product will show a clear filling that has no starch or flour taste. Apple Pie filling and Apple Jelly from the cores and peels of the apples. You can now purchase Clear Jel Non-GMO Gluten free from SB Canning Store... For more pie filling recipes check out the Canning Rec...
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*  Canning Pie Filling - An education in Clear Jel - Canning Homemade!
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*  How Food Preservation Works - HowStuffWorks
... Introduction to How Food Preservation Works. In this article, we'll look at all of the different preservation techniques commonly used today, including: Refrigeration and freezing Canning Irradiation Dehydration Freeze-drying Salting Pickling Pasteurizing Fermentation Carbonation Cheese-making Chemical preservation The basic idea behind all forms of food preservation is either: To slow down the activity of disease-causing bacteria To kill the bacteria altogether I­n certain cases, a preservation technique may also destroy enzymes naturally found in a food that cause it to spoil or discolor quickly. A food that is sterile contains no bacteria. Refrigeration and freezing are used on almost all foods: meats, fruits, vegetables, beverages, etc. Freezing has no effect on the taste or texture of most meats, has minimal effects on vegetables, but often completely changes fruits which become mushy. Since the food in the can is completely sterile, it does not spoil. That is why freeze-drying is a popular preserva...
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*  Five Forks Home Food Preservation | Gwinnett County Public Library
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*  Curing (food preservation)
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*  Canning Recipes | SparkRecipes
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*  Food preservation - Seven Wonders of the Microbe World (video)
Food preservation - Seven Wonders of the Microbe World video. About Microbiology. Login. Join. Submit GO. All Content News Video Images Resources My Collections Submissions Tags. Search. MicrobeWorld. Home. News. Video. Images. Resources. MicrobeWorld App. Microbes After Hours. Click for more " Microbes After Hours " videos. Join MicrobeWorld. Subscribe via Email. Featured Image. Featured Video. Supporters. Home. Food preservation - Seven Wonders of the Microbe World video. Food preservation - Seven Wonders of the Microbe World video. submitted by rortega. on December 06, 2011. Share this page:. Tags:. food, preservation, video. Source:. www.youtube.com. How do microbes destroy the food that we eat and how has humankind sought out different ways of preserving foodstuffs. Flag article as inappropriate. Comments 0. Please login/join to leave a comment. Collections 0. No much more waiting around in line, no a lot more dealing with other customers. Purchasing requires. viagra without perscription There are many o...
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*  Charlotte Canning, Countess Canning
... Image:Charlotte Stuart, Viscountess Canning 1849.jpg. Image:Lady Stuart de Rothesay and her daughters by George Hayter.jpg. Image:Tomb of Lady Charlotte,Viscountess Canning.JPG. Image:Lady Canning grave calcutta 1.jpg. thumb|200px|Inscription reads: "Sacred to the memory of Charlotte Elizabeth eldest daughter of lord Stuart de Rothesay born at Paris 31 March 1817 died at Calcutta 18 November 1861 Wife of Charles John Viscount and Earl Canning first Viceroy of India.". 'Charlotte Canning, Countess Canning' 31 March 1817–18 November 1861. 1, one of the most prolific women artists in India, was the wife of Charles Canning, 1st Earl Canning. Two portfolios in the Victoria and Albert Museum in London contain some three hundred and fifty watercolours by her, the result of four major tours in India. She was born Charlotte Stuart in Paris, a daughter of the British ambassador, Charles Stuart later Baron Stuart de Rothesay and was a Lady of the Bedchamber to Queen Victoria from 1842 to 1855. Charles Canning a son...
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*  Can Sealers : Canning : Survival Kits : StoreItFoods.com
... Food Storage / Food Prep. Home Canning. Canning - "Dry Pack" Canning, Can Sealers. Master Can Sealers from All-American. ALL-AMERICAN Can Sealers are designed for use by Commercial Canners, Custom Canners, School Canneries, Lunch Rooms, Experimental Laboratories, Gift Packaging Centers, and Home Canners. EL12253 - ALL-AMERICAN Master Electric Can Sealer 115V. Senior Can Sealers from All-American. ALL-AMERICAN Senior Can Sealers are similar in many respects to the Master series of can sealers, but unlike the Master series they ARE designed to handle the larger No. ALL-AMERICAN Senior Electric Can Sealer- Model 8000. ALL-AMERICAN Senior Electric Can Sealer- Model 9000. ALL-AMERICAN Senior Electric Can Sealer- Model 9000-2 230V. Can Sealer Can Adapters Should your dry pack canner lack the capacity to handle one of the standard can sizes that you are interested in using, it is possible to add one or more can adapters to most units. Store-It Foods does carry. The can adapters listed at Storeitfoods.com are de...
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*  food preservation essays
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*  Food Preservation Classes Offered | 90.5 WESA
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*  Canning Gravy in Canning Forum
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*  Food Preservation Process Design | 978-0-12-372486-1 | Elsevier
Food Preservation Process Design. 978-0-12-372486-1. Elsevier. Skip to content Feedback Menu. REST MAGIC. Products - Book. Info/Buy View on ScienceDirect. Food Preservation Process Design By Dennis Heldman, Heldman Associates, Mason, OH, USA The preservation processes for foods have evolved over several centuries, but recent attention to non-thermal technologies suggests that a new dimension of change has been initiated. The new dimension to be emphasized is the emerging technologies for preservation of foods and the need for sound base of information to be developed as inputs for systematic process design. The focus of the work is on process design, and emphasizes the need for quantitative information as inputs to process design. The concepts presented build on the successful history of thermal processing of foods and use many examples from these types of preservation processes. Preservation of foods by refrigeration, freezing, concentration and dehydration are not addressed directly, but many of the concep...
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*  .. Canning 101: The Tools of the Trade .. Related Posts: .. Sponsors .. Be a Sponsor!
Canning 101: The Tools of the Trade. Marisa on November 16, 2010 in canning 101. Tweet. Recently, I got an email from a reader, asking that I tell her what she needed in terms of tools in order to get canning. I realized that though I’ve been writing this site for more than a year and a half, I’d never managed to outline my favorite canning equipment. What you’ll notice is nearly everything pictured here is dual purpose. Most of pots, pans and other tools I use for canning are simply the tools of my kitchen that just happened to get pressed into service on a regular basis for food preservation. First thing you need is a nice, roomy stock pot. You also need a rack to elevate the jars just slightly off the bottom of the pot. I like this old cake cooling rack that once belonged to my grandmother, but any low profile, round rack will do. One thing you learn quickly when you start to can is that you need to simmer your lids in a small pan of water prior to placing them on the jars. Any little pan will do. I go bac...
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*  Frugal Canning: Canning Butter
... Frugal Canning. Canning Butter. Should I use directions for canning butter at home that I see on the Internet. 1 Physical safety and food quality: In the provided directions, the jars are preheated in an oven dry-heat , which is not recommended for canning jars. Manufacturers of canning jars do not recommend baking or oven canning in the jars. 2 The butter is not really being 'canned'; it is simply being melted and put in canning jars, and covered with lids. Low-acid products have to be pressure-canned by tested processes to be kept in a sealed jar at room temperature. It is not clear what the botulism risk is from such a high-fat product, but to store a low-acid moist food in a sealed jar at room temperature requires processing to destroy spores. In the absence of that, given that it is low-acid and that fats can protect spores from heat if they are in the product during a canning process, we cannot recommend storing butter produced by these methods under vacuum sealed conditions at room temperature. 4 ...
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*  Canning Tools & Canning Essentials | Williams-Sonoma
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*  PLOS ONE: Mechanism of Bacterial Inactivation by (+)-Limonene and Its Potential Use in Food Preserva
PLOS ONE: Mechanism of Bacterial Inactivation by + -Limonene and Its Potential Use in Food Preservation Combined Processes. Mechanism of Bacterial Inactivation by + -Limonene and Its Potential Use in Food Preservation Combined Processes. Affiliation: Departamento de Producción Animal y Ciencia de los Alimentos, Facultad de Veterinaria, Universidad de Zaragoza, Zaragoza, Spain. Mechanism of Bacterial Inactivation by + -Limonene and Its Potential Use in Food Preservation Combined Processes. coli BJ4 inactivation achieved by + -limonene was influenced by the pH of the treatment medium, being more bactericidal at pH 4.0 than at pH 7.0. coli MC4100 lptD4213 mutant with an increased outer membrane permeability along with the identification of altered β-sheet proteins by ATR-IRMS indicated the importance of this structure in the mechanism of action of + -limonene. The study of mechanism of inactivation by + -limonene led to the design of a synergistic combined process with heat for the inactivation of the pathogen E...
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*  Apricot Jam Recipe and canning instructions. Step by easy step.
Apricot Jam Recipe and canning instructions. Home Canning Safety. Canning Books Simply Canning Survival Guide Pantry Journal, Notebook Record Keeping System Elk and Venison, How to Can It... Jam and Jelly. Canning Your Soup Recipe. Recipes. Homemade Soup Recipes. More Recipes. Apricot Jam Recipe. Apricot Jam Recipe w ith Waterbath Canning directions This Apricot Jam recipe yields about 5 pints.  Jam recipes don't double easily. Apricot jam can be processed safely in   a  Water Bath Canner. canning jars. 2 quarts crushed, peeled apricots 6 cups sugar 1/4 cup lemon juice Procedure. Wash your apricots.  Place a spoon in the freezer. yes you will need a cold spoon later.  I usually remove my skins but it is not required.  If you want to remove the skins it is just like peeling peaches. Blanch your apricots to remove the skins. Dip apricots into a pot of boiling water for 2 minutes.  Then remove the apricots to a sink or bowl with cold water or ice water. When you have 2 quarts o...
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*  Canning Your Own Grown Food - Vegetable, Fruit & Herb - Miracle-Gro
... Log In. Register Now. Customize by Zipcode. Help Center. Zip Code Preference Show me projects and products recommended for. Show me projects and products available for all zip codes. Search. The Lawn Life Lawn Fundamentals. Green is Good. A Better Lawn. Live The Lawn Life. Products Lawn Food. Grass Seed. Outdoor Cleaners. Spreaders. Snap System. Weed, Bug & Disease Control. Mulch Garden. Tools Accessories. Lawn Library Lawn Basics. How-Tos. Troubleshooting. Helpful Tools My Lawn Care Plan. Grass Seed Selector. Lawn Food Selector. Spreader Selector. Spreader Settings. Mulch Calculator. My Lawn App. Lawn Care Plan. Home. Lawn Library. Benefits. Feed. Water. Seed. Grass & Grass Types. Lawn Care Tools. Canning Your Own Grown Food. Save Your Harvest for Later If you've picked the fruits and vegetables in your garden but find you can't eat them all, don't let them go to waste. When they're at their peak flavor and ripeness, can them. Canning is a great way to store your garden produce or produce from the farme...
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*  National Center for Home Food Preservation | How Do I? Ferment
national center for home food preservation how do i ferment how do i vegetable pickles preparing and canning pickled vegetables spiced green tomatoes pounds small whole green tomatoes cups sugar pint cider vinegar sticks cinnamon tablespoon whole cloves tablespoon whole allspice tablespoon whole mace or tablespoon ground mace yield about pint jars please read using boiling water canners before beginning if this is your first time canning it is recommended that you read principles of home canning procedure small green fig or plum tomatoes are suitable for this pickle wash scald and peel make a syrup of the sugar vinegar and spices drop in the whole tomatoes and boil until they become clear pack tomatoes into hot jars leaving inch headspace strain syrup and cover tomatoes with the syrup again leaving inch headspace remove air bubbles and adjust headspace if needed wipe rims of jars with a dampened clean paper towel ad...
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*  Canning Tomato Juice, How to Make Tomato Juice,Tomato Press
... Canning Tomato Juice. Canning tomato juice. How a tomato canning juicer can make putting up homemade tomato juice faster and easier. Which varieties produce the most juicy tomatoes. Tomato Juice Buy at AllPosters.com. Tomato Canning Amounts. You will need about 23 lbs. of vine ripened tomatoes to make 7 quarts of tomato juice. Juicy Tomatoes. It stands to reason that you will get more juice out of fewer tomatoes if you plant juicy tomatoes. So which tomatoes are juciest. The beefsteak tomato types get my vote. Especially the old heirloom tomatoes like Black Krim and Cherokee Purple and Brandywine tomatoes. How to Make Homemade Tomato Juice. Safety First:. All tomatoes are not sufficiently acidic for canning tomato juice safely. Add 2 tablespoons of bottled lemon juice or half a teaspoon of citric acid to each quart jar before filling it with the cooked juice. Wash the fruit and cut out the stem scars and any bad spots. Quarter or slice the tomatoes depending on how large they are and put them into a larg...
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*  Budget101.com - - Dry Oven Canning | How to Oven Can Foods | Preserving Foods
Budget101.com - - Dry Oven Canning. How to Oven Can Foods. Preserving Foods. Register Help Forgot Password. Remember Me. Articles. Home Canning ~ Preserving Copycat ~ Clone Dump Recipes Make Your Own Mix Recipes OAMC -Fill Freezer Household Pet Care. Forum. Blogs. What's New. Freebies. Downloads. Coupons. Coupon Galore Cellfire Coupons Coupons.com Coupon Network Organizing Coupons Red Plum Coupons SmartSource Coupons. Advanced Search. Home Recipes Canning ~ Preserving Dry Oven Canning. Dry Oven Canning. Excellent. Good. Average. Bad. Terrible. Print PDF Add to Favorites/ Save for Later. The following content was Provided by www.Budget101.com "Digging Yourself out of debt, when all you have is a spoon!". 18 Comments. "Dry Oven Canning" has become a hot topic the last few months as families yearn to build up the pantry in anticipation of further economic troubles and potential shortages. There's no question that the method is considerably easier than old-fashioned canning with a water bath or pressure canner, t...
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*  dehydrating « Doris and Jilly Cook
dehydrating Doris and Jilly Cook. Canning Recipes. Pressure Cooker Recipes. Posted on March 9th, 2011 in Canning, dehydrating, Fermentation, preserving, Pressure cooker. Tags: Canning, classes, dehydrating, fermenting, Omega, preserving, pressure canning. Posted on October 14th, 2010 in dehydrating, preserving. Posted on September 21st, 2010 in Canning, dehydrating, Fermentation, Freezing, Pickles, preserving. Posted on June 11th, 2010 in Canning, dehydrating, Fermentation, Freezing, Gardening, preserving, Pressure cooker, vegan, vegetables. Tags: Canning, dehydrating, food preservation, Freezing, Gluten free, greens, pressure canning, vegan, vegetarian. Posted on June 3rd, 2010 in Canning, dehydrating, Freezing, preserving, vegetables. Tags: Canning, dehydrating, food preservation, Freezing, fruit, jams, pick your own, u pick. Posted on March 8th, 2010 in dehydrating, fruit, Gluten free, preserving, Uncategorized, vegan. Posted on September 22nd, 2009 in dehydrating, fruit, preserving, Uncategorized. Posted ...
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*  .. 12 Canning Recipes for Summer’s Bounty .. Related posts:
12 Canning Recipes for Summer’s Bounty July 18th, 2013 posted by Vicki O'Dell. Home canning seems to be growing in popularity lately, and for good reason. Seems we’ve come full circle from our grandmother’s day. People are getting back to cooking and baking from scratch as well as growing and picking their very our own fruits and vegetables.  Home canned food has many benefits. 1 You know exactly what is in the jar because you put it there. 2 Home canning is green. By re-using jars, growing produce or using produce grown locally and not contributing to green house gases by purchasing food shipped on trucks you are doing something for the environment. 3 You’ll get the freshest, healthiest food because home canning is done when the produce is in season. Also, if you are growing the food yourself you can use organic methods which make the food even better for you. If you’ve never canned before the web is full of great information for getting started. Here are some great home canning recipes to help you get you...
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*  Salting (food)
salting food salting food curing food preservation image prosciuttoseasalt jpg thumb bag of prague powder also known as curing salt or pink salt it s typically a combination of salt and sodium nitrite with the pink color added to distinguish it from ordinary salt salting is the preservation of food with dry edible salt accessed june it is related to pickling preparing food with brine that is salty water and is one form of curing it is one of the oldest methods of preserving food and two historically significant salt cured foods are salted fish usually dried and salted cod or salted herring and salt cured meat such as bacon vegetables such as runner beans and cabbage are also often preserved in this manner salting is used because most bacteria fungi and other potentially pathogenic organism s cannot survive in a highly salty environment due to the hypertonic nature of salt any living cell in such an environment will become dehydrated through osmosis and die or become temporarily inactivated it was discovered i...
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*  .. Q and A: Canning rutabagas and Age of eggs .. 11 Responses to “Q and A: Canning rutabagas and
Jackie Clay. Q and A: Canning rutabagas and Age of eggs Friday, March 2nd, 2012. Canning rutabagas. I need a canning recipe for rutabagas, hot water bath or pressure canning. It’s also found on page 156 of my book, Growing and Canning Your Own Food. Pack hot into hot jars, leaving 1 inch of headspace. Process pints for 25 minutes and quarts for 30 minutes at 10 pounds pressure in a pressure canner. — Jackie. My question is about our chickens. If these eggs are relatively clean, they are also probably quite fresh. — Jackie. 11 Responses to “Q and A: Canning rutabagas and Age of eggs”. bad eggs: Place your eggs in a pan and pour water over them. The good eggs will stay under the water, the bad ones will float due to the gases that are produced from spoilage. jackie clay Says: March 2nd, 2012. Jackie Team Riggle Says: March 2nd, 2012. I own your book Growing and canning your own food, and I’ve used the recipe for canning meatballs. I was wondering how to go about canning meatloaf. Thanks P Riggle Sherry Says: Ma...
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*  Jars And Lids For Canning : Leeners
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*  Frugal Canning: Canning Dry Goods
... Frugal Canning. Frugalista writes about canning, gardening, food, crafts and preparedness with wit, experience and the goal of saving a few cents here and there. Canning Dry Goods. I have never had the opportunity to can dry goods in cans. Canned items are great for long term storage as long as you store them in a dry cool area off the floor. Last week a friend of mine invited me to come and watch a group of people canning dry goods. Everyone helped fill the cans with the dry goods. The filled cans were lined up and a single oxygen absorber was placed on top of the dry goods. Oxygen Absorbers are used to remove oxygen from within a sealed environment, creating a nitrogen environment for long-term food storage. When used with proper packaging and sealing, the oxygen in the packaging is greatly reduced. Next the cans were placed on the machine one by one to have the lid pressed on. It was so simple. The press handle was turned in one direction and then in the other direction. To finish the process a plasti...
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*  .. Mastering Food Preservation: Drying & Herbs .. Share this: .. Related
← Hosmer Gardens, York. 8.6.12 August harvest →. Mastering Food Preservation: Drying Herbs. Posted on. August 3, 2012. by. diary of a tomato. A line of jars aglow with colorful herbal vinegars greeted us as we arrived at our third Master Food Preserver training session. The evening’s focus was on drying and herbs, and the flavored vinegars were samples of just one of the ways to preserve the taste of summer. Left to right: raspberry, tarragon, parsley-thyme, and lemon-dill-pepper vinegars. Several stations were set up to take us through various procedures and techniques. Strawberries leftover from the last session  were pureed, combined with applesauce for added structure, slicked onto trays made for this purpose, and dehydrated  into fruit leather. Mary Bell’s Complete Dehydrator Cookbook  dedicates an entire chapter on making food leathers, with inspiring recipes going far beyond fruit, with unusual leathers made of rhubarb, pumpkin, tomato or beet. Drying herbs is the easiest way of preserving them. Te...
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*  National Center for Home Food Preservation | How Do I? Freeze
national center for home food preservation how do i freeze how do i freeze freezing citrus fruits preparation select firm tree ripened fruit heavy for its size and free from soft spots wash and peel divide fruit into sections removing all membranes and seeds slice oranges if desired for grapefruit with many seeds cut fruit in half and remove seeds cut or scoop out sections syrup pack pack fruit into containers cover with cold percent syrup made with excess fruit juice or water leave headspace seal and freeze juice select fruit as directed for sections squeeze juice from fruit using squeezer that does not press oil from rind sweeten with tablespoons sugar for each quart of juice or pack without sugar pour juice into containers immediately to avoid development of off flavors pack juice in glass jars leave headspace seal and freeze for more information see other unsweetened packs this document was extracted from so easy to preserve t...
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*  food preservation - How can I make sauerkraut to best preserve the probiotic elements? - Seasoned Ad
food preservation - How can I make sauerkraut to best preserve the probiotic elements. - Seasoned Advice. Seasoned Advice. Seasoned Advice Meta. more stack exchange communities. Stack Exchange. sign up log in tour. Help Center Detailed answers to any questions you might have. Seasoned Advice Questions. Sign up. Seasoned Advice is a question and answer site for professional and amateur chefs. How can I make sauerkraut to best preserve the probiotic elements. up vote 4 down vote favorite. food-preservation cabbage german-cuisine share. improve this question. add a comment. 3 Answers 3 active oldest votes. up vote 2 down vote. The ingredients of sauerkraut are very basic--its basically just cabbage and salt the water is drawn out of the cabbage. A high quality sea salt will contain additional minerals that processed kosher and table salts lack also, it is typically advised not to use salt with iodine--as it apparently prevents the growth of the desired bacteria. Additional ingredients such as spices will add the...
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*  Home and Farm Food Preservation
... Chapter XI - Fruit Preserves and Candied Fruits. Preserves are put up in a heavy sirup while candied products contain more sugar than do preserves and are packed dry. Fruits for preserves should retain their shape well during cooking. For most fruits it is desirable to start cooking the fruit in a dilute sirup of about 30% sugar, or one cup of sugar to about two or three of water. If too heavy a sirup is used at first the fruit is apt to be tough, regardless of the amount of cooking given. When the fruit has become tender enough in the light sirup the sirup is concentrated by boiling down to 65% sugar or 221° F. They are cooked only a short time and left to stand in the sirup until they will absorb the sirup and become plump. Soft fruits can be used for preserves if cooked only a short time in a heavy sirup and then left in shallow dishes in the sun to permit concentration of the sugar by solar evaporation. Candied Fruits. The process is one of covering the partially cooked fruit with a dilute hot sirup ...
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*  National Center for Home Food Preservation | How Do I? Freeze
national center for home food preservation how do i freeze how do i freeze freezing cranberries preparation choose firm deep red berries with glossy skins stem and sort wash and drain dry pack pack cranberries into containers leaving headspace cranberries can also be frozen first on a tray and then packed into containers as soon as they are frozen seal containers and freeze syrup pack pack into containers cover with cold percent syrup leaving headspace seal and freeze this document was extracted from so easy to preserve th ed bulletin cooperative extension service the university of georgia athens revised by elizabeth l andress ph d and judy a harrison ph d extension foods specialists top how do i can freeze dry cure smoke ferment pickle make jam jelly store home publications search seasonal tips info request multimedia faqs contact links...
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*  My Favourite Canning & Preserving Books
My Favourite Canning Preserving Books. About. About Me. Media Kit Work With Me. Writing Editing Services. The Blog. Food Fitness. Fitness Tips Workout Ideas. Green Smoothies. Nutrition. Recipes. Style Beauty. Outfit Inspiration. How-to. Writing Business. Blog Social Media Tips. Freelancing Small Business. Productivity Organization. Writing Editing Tips. Health, Home Society. Book Product Reviews. Food Fitness Things to think about when canning and preserving Getting Past the Perils of Cycling in Winnipeg. My Favourite Canning Preserving Books On 7 Jul, 2014. By Sagan Morrow. With 1 Comment. Tis the season for canning and preserving. We received our first Community Supported Agriculture CSA share last week, and that means that now is the time to get moving on preserving seasonal foods so that we can enjoy them year-round. There are a few fundamental things that you need in order to can and preserve food, beyond just the food itself. You need jars with lids and rims and a water bath canner at the very least, bu...
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*  .. Canning 101: The Basics .. Why Can? .. What You Need to Get Started .. The Process of Preserving
About New. Start here. Recommended Reading Advertise Contact/FAQ The Art of Simple. by. Shaina on July 10, 2010 • 76 Comments. Preserving. Canning 101: The Basics. S o, you’ve planted seeds or seedlings and then watered and weeded all summer. Now it’s time to harvest, and while much of your garden’s bounty ends up on your dinner plates, baked into goodies and eaten fresh as your pick it, there is generally an excess of fruits and vegetables. After all, you can o nly eat cucumbers at every meal for so many days in a row before you start to feel like you are, in fact, a cucumber. This is where food preservation and canning comes in. Canning is a wonderful way to store your fruits and vegetables from the gard en or the farmer’s market while they are in season and make the harvest last through winter when local and seasonal foods are scarce. Canning in both water baths and pressure cooking heats the food, killing any microorganisms that may grow, and also creates a vacuum seal in the jar. The vacuum seal ...
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*  .. How to Make Grape Jam – In Pictures .. Rate this: .. It's nice to share: .. Like this: ..
How to Make Grape Jam – In Pictures Posted on. When the concord grapes get ripe, we like to make jam! Here’s how we do it. You’ll need two quarts of concord grapes, six cups of sugar, two small saucepans, a strainer, a canning pot and accessories, and three pint jars with lids and bands. Wash the grapes and measure out two quarts. In this picture, there are enough for three batches six quarts. Next, peel the grapes, putting grapes in one pot and peels in another. When the grapes are ripe, you can just give them a squeeze and the grapes pop right out of their skins. Cook the grapes without water and the peels with just a little water in separate pots for ten or fifteen minutes until the peels are soft and the grapes are separated from the seeds. Combine the peels in a larger pot with sugar 3 cups per quart of grapes . Strain out the seeds from the pulp, and add the pulp to the sugar mixture. Bring to a boil until jam reaches the gelling point. You can test this with a candy thermometer 211° in Denver,...
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When the concord grapes get ripe, we like to make jam! Here’s how we do it. You’ll need two quarts of concord grapes, six cups of sugar, two small saucepans, a strainer, a canning pot and accessories, and three pint jars with lids and bands. Next, peel the grapes, putting grapes in one pot and peels in another. When the grapes are ripe, you can just give them a squeeze and the grapes pop right out of their skins. Cook the grapes without water and the peels with just a little water in separate pots for ten or fifteen minutes until the peels are soft and the grapes are separated from the seeds. Combine the peels in a larger pot with sugar 3 cups per quart of grapes . Strain out the seeds from the pulp, and add the pulp to the sugar mixture. Bring to a boil until jam reaches the gelling point. You can test this with a candy thermometer 211° in Denver, a spoon or by putting a plate in the freezer. Ladle your hot jam into hot jars. Process pints in a boiling water bath for 15 minutes here in Denver. Proces...
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*  Water Bath Canning With No Equipment | Penniless Parenting
Water Bath Canning With No Equipment. Penniless Parenting. Things You Can Make at Home. Gluten Free Frugally, Recipes and Tips. Friday, November 5, 2010. Water Bath Canning With No Equipment. No money needs to be laid out for canning equipment. You can preserve foods in glass jars without any bought canning equipment. Water Bath Canning For Free Equipment Needed A large pot that is both wide and deep. You want your jars to remain hot, because if you let them cool down and then add hot food/liquid or add to a hot water bath, the jar will crack. Penniless Parenting. Lids are CHEAP And if you don't put in for those few pennies you are taking the risk of that food you have managed to pull together being wasted or killing you or worse your kids Reply Delete Replies. September 21, 2013 at 8:41 PM You can tell if there is a good seal or not. August 23, 2015 at 5:26 PM To anonymous, people have a choice to do this or not. October 28, 2014 at 5:45 PM Actually, if you have Ball/Kerr lids that are BPA free, you shou...
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*  .. Canning 101: Why You Shouldn’t Double Batches of Jam .. Related Posts: .. Sponsors .. Be a Spo
canning why you shouldn t double batches of jam by marisa on january in canning tweet if you ve been canning for any length of time one of the warnings you ve probably heard is that you shouldn t double jam recipes however no one ever really explains why it s not a good idea let s change that shall we first off it s not recommended practice because if you double the amount of jam in the pot it just won t cook as well or effectively most jam recipes already call for you to use the widest pot you have for maximum surface area this large surface area leads to faster evaporation of water fast cooking leads to the freshest tasting best textured jam however if you double the amount of jam in your pot you greatly increase the cooking time because there s so much more product in the pot that needs to be cooked down this can lead to rubbery batches burning and jam that doesn t set it can also as much as double the amount of time you spend cooking the jam it s far better to make two smaller batches than it would be to ...
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*  .. Fruit .. Rate this: .. It's nice to share: .. Like this: .. Related .. Post navigation .. Howdy!
This weekend was the weekend of fruit. On Saturday morning we went to Palisade for the second time this summer, and we came home with 319 pounds of peaches. 150 pounds were for friends, and we kept the other half for ourselves. Then, Sunday morning, before we had even gotten a peach into the freezer, my brother-in-law came by with over 1500 Italian plums. Thankfully the plums are a bit green, as we didn’t really have much time to mess with the fruit on Sunday. Monday, we ate some of the plums in a plum coffee cake, and then we went to our friend’s home outside of Allenspark. Mike grilled and we gathered around the fire pit, and had a nice evening with friends and peach cobbler, watching the smoke from the fire in Boulder county blow over the horizon. 30 lbs of peaches sliced and frozen, 3½ pounds green beans frozen, 1 gallon bag of tomatoes frozen, 2 batches of carrot soup in the freezer. Waste Not – compost and recycling, scraps to chickens, etc. Lots and lots went to the goodwill over the last coup...
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This weekend was the weekend of fruit. On Saturday morning we went to Palisade for the second time this summer, and we came home with 319 pounds of peaches. 150 pounds were for friends, and we kept the other half for ourselves. Then, Sunday morning, before we had even gotten a peach into the freezer, my brother-in-law came by with over 1500 Italian plums. Thankfully the plums are a bit green, as we didn’t really have much time to mess with the fruit on Sunday. Monday, we ate some of the plums in a plum coffee cake, and then we went to our friend’s home outside of Allenspark. Mike grilled and we gathered around the fire pit, and had a nice evening with friends and peach cobbler, watching the smoke from the fire in Boulder county blow over the horizon. 30 lbs of peaches sliced and frozen, 3½ pounds green beans frozen, 1 gallon bag of tomatoes frozen, 2 batches of carrot soup in the freezer. Waste Not – compost and recycling, scraps to chickens, etc. Lots and lots went to the goodwill over the last coup...
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This weekend was the weekend of fruit. On Saturday morning we went to Palisade for the second time this summer, and we came home with 319 pounds of peaches. 150 pounds were for friends, and we kept the other half for ourselves. Then, Sunday morning, before we had even gotten a peach into the freezer, my brother-in-law came by with over 1500 Italian plums. Thankfully the plums are a bit green, as we didn’t really have much time to mess with the fruit on Sunday. Monday, we ate some of the plums in a plum coffee cake, and then we went to our friend’s home outside of Allenspark. Mike grilled and we gathered around the fire pit, and had a nice evening with friends and peach cobbler, watching the smoke from the fire in Boulder county blow over the horizon. 30 lbs of peaches sliced and frozen, 3½ pounds green beans frozen, 1 gallon bag of tomatoes frozen, 2 batches of carrot soup in the freezer. Click to share on Pinterest Opens in new window. Click to share on Twitter Opens in new window. Click to share on Re...
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*  Grace's Nature's Page - HOMEGROWN
Grace s Nature s Page - HOMEGROWN. Sign Up. Sign In. See all members. HOMEGROWN 101s. Find Good Food. Photos. Videos. Groups. HOMEGROWN How-to Cards. Blogs. Blogs: What s What. HOMEGROWN Blog. The Stew: Member Blog. Grace s Nature. Share on Facebook Share. The Stew: HOMEGROWN s Member Blog Posts in Category 1 Events Join Groups 10 Photos Photo Albums Videos. Grace s Nature's Apps. Grace s Nature s Groups. Newbies - Just starting 96 members. Kombucha 101 members. Hunting, Gathering and F 127 members. Alternative Energy 84 members. Homemade Cosmetics 111 members. View All. RSS. Grace s Nature s Page. Grace s Nature joined Cornelia's group. Newbies - Just starting out A place for those of us who are just dipping our toes into Homegrown living. Maybe we're looking to change how we buy our food, what we buy...Maybe we've started our first garden and have questions. Nov 10, 2011 13 Comments. Grace s Nature joined Brittney's group. Nov 10, 2011 36 Comments. Grace s Nature replied to Lizz's discussion ' Homesteaders ...
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*  Spring Fever is starting - Blogs - Dodge City Daily Globe - Dodge City, KS
... site Archive. e-edition. subscribe. find and save. newsletter. classifieds. jobs. cars. homes. FEATURED. Extension Notes. Horticulture and Agriculture. Spring Fever is starting. About this blog By K-State Extension Extension notes is written by K-State Extension of Harvey County extension agents Scott Eckert, Susan Jackson and Ryan Flaming. They focus on horticulture and agriculture. Recent Posts Time to wrap trees Sept. 30, 2015 11:20 a.m. Ag: Terrace evaluations Sept. 25, 2015 11:20 a.m. Good things about Fall Sept. 23, 2015 11:25 a.m. Choosing wheat varieties Sept. 19, 2015 11:25 a.m. Taking Care of Tall Fescue Lawns Sept. 16, 2015 11:25 a.m. Wikimedia Commons Whether you need to brush up on food preservation methods or are new to the idea, Kansas State Research and Extension has a class for you. By Susan Jackson, K-State Extension Feb. 9, 2013 12:01 a.m. I am beginning to see signs of spring fever. Seed catalogs are coming, soil samples are arriving in our office and food preservation classes are req...
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... site Archive. e-edition. subscribe. find and save. newsletter. classifieds. jobs. cars. homes. FEATURED. Extension Notes. Horticulture and Agriculture. Spring Fever is starting. About this blog By K-State Extension Extension notes is written by K-State Extension of Harvey County extension agents Scott Eckert, Susan Jackson and Ryan Flaming. They focus on horticulture and agriculture. Recent Posts Time to wrap trees Sept. 30, 2015 11:20 a.m. Ag: Terrace evaluations Sept. 25, 2015 11:20 a.m. Good things about Fall Sept. 23, 2015 11:25 a.m. Choosing wheat varieties Sept. 19, 2015 11:25 a.m. Taking Care of Tall Fescue Lawns Sept. 16, 2015 11:25 a.m. Wikimedia Commons Whether you need to brush up on food preservation methods or are new to the idea, Kansas State Research and Extension has a class for you. By Susan Jackson, K-State Extension Feb. 9, 2013 12:01 a.m. I am beginning to see signs of spring fever. Seed catalogs are coming, soil samples are arriving in our office and food preservation classes are req...
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*  Spring Fever is starting - Blogs - Kiowa County Signal - Kiowa County, KS
... site Archive. subscribe. newsletter. classifieds. jobs. cars. homes. FEATURED. Extension Notes. Horticulture and Agriculture. Spring Fever is starting. About this blog By K-State Extension Extension notes is written by K-State Extension of Harvey County extension agents Scott Eckert, Susan Jackson and Ryan Flaming. They focus on horticulture and agriculture. Recent Posts Time to wrap trees Sept. 30, 2015 11:20 a.m. Ag: Terrace evaluations Sept. 25, 2015 11:20 a.m. Good things about Fall Sept. 23, 2015 11:25 a.m. Choosing wheat varieties Sept. 19, 2015 11:25 a.m. Taking Care of Tall Fescue Lawns Sept. 16, 2015 11:25 a.m. Wikimedia Commons Whether you need to brush up on food preservation methods or are new to the idea, Kansas State Research and Extension has a class for you. By Susan Jackson, K-State Extension Feb. 9, 2013 12:01 a.m. I am beginning to see signs of spring fever. Seed catalogs are coming, soil samples are arriving in our office and food preservation classes are requested. Whether you need t...
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*  Retirement and Back to the Basics: Canning Day
... Saturday, August 10, 2013. Canning Day. We got 22 pints of potatoes, 6 quarts of what I call roast vegetable mix. I also canned 3 quarts of beef broth. We had beef roast last night and had some broth left and when I got the roasts the other day I saved the fat I trimmed from a couple and added it to the broth along with some more water and cooked all night in the crock pot. Love to add it to vegetable beef soup when I have it, gives it just a little extra flavor. I want to do at least 18 more quarts of roast vegetable mix and about 5 more dozen pints of potatoes. Labels: Canning. The Thrifty Amish and Mennonite Closet Promote Your Page Too. Amish Mennonite Clothes. The Thrifty Amish and Mennonite Closet. My Etsy Store. To see a list of items I am selling on Ebay search:. 2 thumbs up for Ball Heritage Collection Jar 0 thumbs up for Tattler Lids 2 thumbs up for Ball Pint Half Jars 1 1/2 thumbs up for Orrington Farms Chicken Flavor Base 2 thumbs up for Orrington Farms Beef Base 2 thumbs up for Orrington Far...
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*  astray recipes: Canning salmon
... astray recipes Search recipes by title or ingredients. canning salmon. Fish. Canning Yield 1 Servings. Salmon. Simple but you DO need a pressure canner - do NOT can ANY flesh without a pressure canner. I reccomend the dead weight type. You probably know what I'm about to say but since this is echoed pretty far and wide I will reiterate a few basic concepts. Canning of flesh is quite different from sweet jams, jellies, sour or vinegary pickles - the risk of botulism is very real once flesh canning is undertaken. The jars must be impeccably clean. The lids should already be simmering in boiling water for 15 minutes before we start. The skin can and should be left on; the bone is left in. Pack the fish into the jar. Do not add any water or other liquid. Fish out a lid from the simmering water forceps. Add 1 of water to the canner, place jars in pressure canner. Water should sit about way up the pint jars no more. Close the lid and take it `up' to 15lbs pressure then back off slightly to keep the wei...
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*  canning kokanee - www.ifish.net
... Discussion. Photos. Blogs. Directory. Kilchis Weather. Tides. Marine Info. AUP. Contact. ifish Store. The Oregonian's Bill Monroe. www.ifish.net. Ifish Fishing and Hunting. Ifishers Recipes. canning kokanee. User Name. Remember Me. Password. Register FAQ Calendar Chat Room Gallery Search Today's Posts Mark Forums Read Advertise. Thread Tools Display Modes. 03-14-2012, 12:51 PM # 1. SilverBullets Tuna. Join Date: Mar 2008 Location: Central Oregon Posts: 1,172. canning kokanee I'd like to try canning kokes with a pressure cooker but I've read that it's not a good idea to use these on ceramic stove tops. Could it done outside on propane stove. SilverBullets. View Public Profile. Find More Posts by SilverBullets. Remove Advertisements. Sponsored Links. iFish.net Advertisement. 03-14-2012, 01:38 PM # 2. RustyDog Steelhead. Join Date: Feb 2010 Location: vancover Posts: 225. Re: canning kokanee i can salmon every year on my glass top electric stove, never had a proplem!. I wake up just a litt...
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*  Questions about Canning Salsa, page 1
... top. join. top. hot. Questions about Canning Salsa page: 1 0. join. posted on Jul, 15 2011 @ 05:42 PM link I have an abundance of tomatoes and peppers from my garden and I wanted to make and can some salsa. here4awhile. posted on Jul, 15 2011 @ 05:47 PM link this website has some helpful tips... canning just to add it doesnt really matter the recipe...just gotta get the boiling process right edit on 15-7-2011 by here4awhile because: no reason given Just don't use vinegar edit on 15-7-2011 by here4awhile because: no reason given. posted on Jul, 15 2011 @ 06:04 PM link Another way to go about it is to freeze it. just be a little careful if you're getting the extra air out with a straw edit on 15-7-2011 by jeramie because: no reason given. posted on Jul, 15 2011 @ 06:15 PM link Guide 3 - Selecting, Preparing and Canning Tomatoes and Tomato Products entire chapter from The USDA Complete Guide to Home Canning contains several recipes for salsa canning. A quick Google of Complete Guide to Home Canning will tur...
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*  Cincinnati Locavore: July 2008
... skip to main. skip to sidebar. Cincinnati Locavore. Celebrating the Ohio Valley Foodshed. Wednesday, July 30, 2008. Lavomatic reviewed at My Wine Education. There's a new review of Lavomatic, which sources locally, over at My Wine Education. Posted by valereee. at 3:33 PM. 0 comments. Labels: Lavomatic, Local Restaurants. Tuesday, July 29, 2008. Killer Canning, or How to Avoid Poisoning Anyone. Home canning is all the rage. Eating locally is in, and doing so year-round pretty much requires some kind of food preservation. No one's freezer space is unlimited, and home canning is a great way to preserve the harvest. It seems every food blogger is canning and offering recipes for the foods she's canned. Unfortunately I'm seeing a large number of unsafe canning recipes posted on various food, recipe, and local eating blogs, and we aren't talking about just the kind of unsafe canning that gives you a few days of gastrointestinal misery. We're talking serious neurotoxins, botulism, paralysis, and death. Here ar...
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*  Canning: Questions (and Answers) about Canning from Food52 - Food52
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*  Chicken Mexican Soup For Canning ) Recipe - Food.com
Chicken Mexican Soup For Canning Recipe - Food.com. cancel. Recipes. Photo Galleries. Videos. Recipe Box. Grocery List. Add a Recipe. Filters Close Search What's in Your Fridge. Recipes. Low Protein Chicken Mexican Soup for Canning By Belinda M. Recipe Box. Grocery List. Print. Share. A canning recipe for Chicken Mexican Soup. I came up with this great tasting soup by following safe canning guidelines. This recipe makes 7 quarts. Ingredients Nutrition Servings 7. Yield 1 7 Quarts Soup. Units Metric. 1 large onion, chopped 2 822.13 g can Rotel Tomatoes. 946.36 ml diced tomatoes fresh or canned. 14.79 ml canning salt. Check Out Our Top Low Protein Recipe. Directions Boil chicken covered in water until done. do not boil. In large pot add all ingredients except chicken. Bring to a boil, cover and simmer 3 minutes. Add chicken and boil lightly for 5 minutes. Place jars into pressure canner. Process quarts at 11 pounds pressure for 90 minutes or pints for 75 minutes adjust for altitude if needed. THIS RECIPE YIELDS...
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*  Canning Supplies & Accessories | OutdoorCooking.com
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Canning/Mason Jars & Lids 47. Ball 30000 Regular Canning Jar Bands and Lids $ 4.59 Priced Low As: $ 3.79 Item#: BL-30000. DESCRIPTION: Ball 30000 regular canning jar bands with Dome lids, BOX OF 12. Goodman's quantity pricing available. Click on "See more detail" for quantity pricing. Goodman's quantity pricing available. Click on "See more detail" for quantity pricing. Goodman's quantity pricing available. Click on "See more detail" for quantity pricing. Ball 40000 Wide Mouth Canning Jar Bands and Lids $ 6.39 Priced Low As: $ 4.91 Item#: BL-40000. DESCRIPTION: Ball 40000 wide mouth canning jar bands with Dome lids, BOX OF 12. Goodman's quantity pricing available. Click on "See more detail" for quantity pricing. Ball 42000 Wide Mouth Canning Jar Dome Lids $ 3.29 Priced Low As: $ 2.68 Item#: BL-42000. DESCRIPTION: Ball 60000 half-pint, 8 fluid ounces, regular can or freeze mason jars with Bands & Dome lids. DESCRIPTION: Ball 60000 half-pint, 8 fluid ounces, regular can or freeze mason jars with Bands & Dome li...
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*  Larry Canning
... infobox football biography name larry canning image caption fullname lawrence canning birth date birth place cowdenbeath scotland death date lawrence larry canning november april was a scottish footballer who played for aston villa during the s and s then later served on the board death on april canning died as a result of vascular dementia aged references external links at category births category deaths category people from cowdenbeath category deaths from dementia category scottish footballers category association football midfielders category aston villa f c players category kettering town f c players category northampton town f c players category nuneaton town f c players category the football league players category neurological disease deaths in the united kingdom...
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*  .. Applesauce Patchwork .. Share this: .. Like this: .. Related
Applesauce Patchwork November 18, 2012. tags: canning, farm life, food preservation, heirloom fruit, pantry, winter stores, zero mile foodshed. hen you hear any talk about heirlooms in farming circles you can usually assume someone is talking about heirloom breeds of poultry, or other livestock. I don’t get too worked up about heirloom chickens but heirloom apples and fruits are another story. While I can be ho-hum about eating a delicious Cornish Cross chicken for Sunday dinner, you won’t see me eating a Red Delicious apple nor do I care for the many of the newer sweet varieties. I’m blessed to have some antique apples trees in which to tweak my taste buds. You gotta love trees that live over a century and still keep producing if we get the right weather. Our King trees were literally covered with large apples this year; they are a good all-around cooking and eating apple; and they keep well, so we picked several boxes for storage and continually gathered windfalls for canning and the cow. It was a good ...
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*  .. Independence Days – Weeks 21 & 22 .. Rate this: .. It's nice to share: .. Like this: .. Relat
Independence Days – Weeks 21 22 Posted on. We had the first frost of the year last week and therefore had a mass exodus of produce from the garden. 5 gallon size bags filled with tomatoes went into the freezer and lots of winter squash went down to the basement for storage. There is a lot of damaged squash that we’ll be cooking up this coming week, turning it into puree for soups and bread recipes. Harvest Something –  all the acorn squash butternut squash, the pumpkins, all the tomatoes zucchini. Eggs. Also Rick H got a dusky blue grouse, and Rick brought home a mallard drake as well. Preserve Something –  Potatoes and winter squash to basement, froze tomatoes, froze the duck and a second grouse that Rick’s uncle gave us, made a double batch of curried carrot-leek soup for the freezer. Build Community Food Systems –  posted on craigslist for the Englewood Farmer’s Market. Ordered the hog that we’re splitting with friends. Checked out another market in Littleton, will be going back to ge...
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Independence Days – Weeks 21 22 Posted on. We had the first frost of the year last week and therefore had a mass exodus of produce from the garden. 5 gallon size bags filled with tomatoes went into the freezer and lots of winter squash went down to the basement for storage. There is a lot of damaged squash that we’ll be cooking up this coming week, turning it into puree for soups and bread recipes. Harvest Something –  all the acorn squash butternut squash, the pumpkins, all the tomatoes zucchini. Eggs. Also Rick H got a dusky blue grouse, and Rick brought home a mallard drake as well. Build Community Food Systems –  posted on craigslist for the Englewood Farmer’s Market. Ordered the hog that we’re splitting with friends. Checked out another market in Littleton, will be going back to get apples this coming week… refrained from buying honeycrisp apples brought in from Washington at Costco for only $0.50/lb, even though the Colorado ones are $2.20/lb at the farmer’s market. Place duck and mari...
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Independence Days – Weeks 21 22 Posted on. Harvest Something –  all the acorn squash butternut squash, the pumpkins, all the tomatoes zucchini. Eggs. Also Rick H got a dusky blue grouse, and Rick brought home a mallard drake as well. Build Community Food Systems –  posted on craigslist for the Englewood Farmer’s Market. Ordered the hog that we’re splitting with friends. Checked out another market in Littleton, will be going back to get apples this coming week… refrained from buying honeycrisp apples brought in from Washington at Costco for only $0.50/lb, even though the Colorado ones are $2.20/lb at the farmer’s market. Doug’s Grilled Duck Breasts Marinade for 4-6 duck breast halves: 1 T olive oil 2-4 garlic cloves, minced 1 T fresh sage, chopped 2 T fresh parsley, chopped 6 oz teriyaki sauce 1 oz +/- Jack Daniel’s salt pepper to taste. Place duck and marinade into a ziplock bag in refrigerator and marinade for 2-4 hours. Heat charcoal grill. Place duck breasts on grill when flame has died a...
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*  Presto®: Pressure Canning: Helpful Hints
Presto : Pressure Canning: Helpful Hints. Pressure Canning. Go to: Pressure Canning Index. HELPFUL HINTS Bubbles often appear in the jar after it is removed from the canner because food is still boiling in the jar. Ordinarily bubbles do not appear once the product has been allowed to thoroughly cool. The loss of liquid from jars during processing may be unattractive but it will not interfere with the keeping qualities of the food as long as the jar was processed correctly and is sealed. It is better to overprocess food than underprocess as overprocessing will do little harm, but underprocessing may result in spoilage and unsafe food. Flat sour, a type of food spoilage, is caused by canning overripe food or allowing precooked foods to stand in the jar too long before processing. It may be prevented by using fresh products and properly processing, cooling, and storing. Flat sour shows no indication of spoilage until the jar is opened. Mold can form only in the presence of air. Therefore, jars are not sealed if ...
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*  Adventures in Canning. | elephant journal
Adventures in Canning. elephant journal. Talk Show. Waylon. Contact Us. Elephant Journal. JOIN Twitter Facebook Google+ Submit Gift. Family. Food. Non New-Agey Spirituality. Enlightened Society. Funny. Love. WOW. Talk Show. Yoga. Adventures in Canning. Via Todd Mayville on Aug 2, 2008. In my increasing desire to eat sustainably and locally year round, I’ve decided to learn how to preserve the food that I buy at my local farmers’ market : I’m going to teach myself how to can food, but having never done this before, I knew I needed help. She’s a good bit older now, and she stopped canning some years ago, so she’s thrilled that I’m reclaiming a bit of my “heritage.” I sat down with the book today and realized that this is going to be a full day project, or close to it. Daily Wake-Up Call Newsletter Get elephant's Daily Wake Up Call: a gap for inspiration meaning in the inbox of your mind. Email us please put title in subject bar of email so we'll be able to fix. {Waylon H. Lewis C Enterprises 2015: Use Rights in...
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*  canning supply - ball - Goodman's Small Appliances Housewares and Parts
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*  canning supply - ball - Goodman's Small Appliances Housewares and Parts
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*  home canning
Ball 30000 Regular Canning Jar Bands and Lids $ 4.59 Priced Low As: $ 3.79 Item#: BL-30000. DESCRIPTION: Ball 30000 regular canning jar bands with Dome lids, BOX OF 12. Goodman's quantity pricing available. Click on "See more detail" for quantity pricing. Goodman's quantity pricing available. Click on "See more detail" for quantity pricing. Goodman's quantity pricing available. Click on "See more detail" for quantity pricing. Ball 40000 Wide Mouth Canning Jar Bands and Lids $ 6.39 Priced Low As: $ 4.91 Item#: BL-40000. DESCRIPTION: Ball 40000 wide mouth canning jar bands with Dome lids, BOX OF 12. Goodman's quantity pricing available. Click on "See more detail" for quantity pricing. Ball 42000 Wide Mouth Canning Jar Dome Lids $ 3.29 Priced Low As: $ 2.68 Item#: BL-42000. Ball 60000 Half-pint Regular Can or Freeze Mason Jars $ 9.49 Priced Low As: $ 7.84 Item#: BL-60000. Ball 61000 Pint Size Regular Mason Jars $ 10.39 Priced Low As: $ 8.60 Item#: BL-61000. DESCRIPTION: Ball 61000 pint size regular mason jars wi...
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*  home canning
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*  home canning
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*  Brendan Canning
... info música artista nome brendan canning imagem px legenda brendan canning com broken social scene no olympic island festival em fundo cantor solo nome completo origem país nascimento falecimento apelido atividade instrumento baixo modelos gênero indie rock gravadora arts crafts afiliações broken social scene by divine right blurtonia valley of the giants hhead len website brendan canning é um membro fundador da banda broken social scene e um veterano no indie rock na qual já foi membro de várias bandas incluindo by divine right blurtonia valley of the giants hhead e len ele é descendente de irlandeses atualmente está trabalhando em seu álbum solo que será lançado no próximo álbum da série broken social scene presents o nome do álbum será something for all of us discografia hhead fireman jerk ozzy by divine right all hail discordia bless this mess good morning beautiful sweet confusion broken social scene feel good lost you forgot it in people bee hives broken social scene valley of the giants valley of ...
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*  30 Uses For Salt
... 08-05-2013, 01:18 PM. Gunco Regular. Join Date Mar 2004 Location PA Posts 717 Feedback Score 0. 30 Uses For Salt. All salt, however, is not the same. KOSHER SALT: This salt is not really, in itself, kosher, but is used in kashering meat to make the flesh kosher for eating. The cleansed meat is then kosher. What makes it of interest for food storage and preservation is that it is generally pure salt suitable for canning, pickling and meat curing. If it is important to get a precise amount of salt in your pickling or curing recipe you may want to weigh the salt to get the correct amount. It's not suitable for food preservation, though, because the mineral content it contains other than the sodium chloride may cause discoloration of the food. It, too, is not food grade and should not be used in food preservation. This form of salt is also frequently called rock salt, like the rock salt above, but neither are suitable for food use. Join Date Feb 2005 Location Florida Posts 4,478 Feedback Score 5 100%. Join D...
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*  Food processing pioneer honored on his 100th birthday
food processing pioneer honored on his th birthday food processing pioneer honored on his th birthday r ivan jones professor emeritus of food science was born a week before the wright brothers first flight in so to honor his th birthday dec the food science department presented jones a model of the wrights airplane at its christmas luncheon in schaub hall jones who now lives at raleigh s springmoor came to n c state college in as an associate horticulturist in he initiated the n c state program in fruit and vegetable processing started at the request of a small progressive pickle packer the program was expanded in through a cooperative arrangement with the u s department of agriculture a partnership that continued for years jones was instrumental in enlarging the food preservation program of the horticulture department in by instituting studies and developing procedures for the dehydration of fruits and vegetables the use of such procedu...
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*  ‘Preserving the Harvest’ classes set for May in Panhandle | AgriLife Today
Texas A&M AgriLife Menu AgriLife Today ‘Preserving the Harvest’ classes set for May in Panhandle April 15, 2014 Writer: Kay Ledbetter, 806-677-5608, skledbetter@ag.tamu.edu Contact: Jeanene Montgomery, 806-537-3882, j-montgomery@tamu.edu PANHANDLE – A series of three “Preserving the Harvest” food preservation classes will be held during May by the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service at the War Memorial Building, 500 Main St., Panhandle. The classes will begin at 9 a.m. and end around noon each day. Classes are scheduled for May 5, 12 and 19, said Jeanene Montgomery, AgriLife Extension family and consumer sciences agent for Carson County. The classes will cover the basics of pressure and water bath canning, freezing and dehydrating foods, and home food preservation safety, Montgomery said. The workshop cost is $35 and each participant will take home a training notebook, the University of Georgia’s “So Easy to Preserve” publication, and at least four jars of products preserved during the class. The cla...
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*  Reviews for Mountain House Precooked Scrambled Eggs with Bacon @ BackpackingLight.com
... Reader Reviews. Add your own review Mountain House Precooked Scrambled Eggs with Bacon. Mountain House Precooked Scrambled Eggs with Bacon on 11/11/2006 00:04:34 MST. OK, most of this is a parody, but I really didn't like the taste, sodium or cholesterol I think if you really want bacon and eggs on a backpack trip, you're going to have to take the real thing refrigerated, tolerate the Cholesterol and Sodium, recalibrate your taste buds, or get better medical coverage : Edited by eaglemb on 11/11/2006 00:22:18 MST. MH eggs + bacon, I love it. Rating: 5 / 5 My only beef with Mountain House is the price, or my only beef next to the fact I feel like a yuppie eating the stuff. For me the convenience, the taste, and the texture if you handle it right is a real 5. on 10/03/2009 11:45:20 MDT. What he must have been raised on would probably have gotten his parents arrested if MH eggs and bacon taste good by comparison. Add in the high MH price and this is an insult meal. Rating: 5 / 5 After a hard 12 mile scrambl...
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*  .. Dehydrating Food Without Electricity .. .. Dehydrating Your Own Survival Foods .. No Electricit
Dehydrating Food Without Electricity. Food Preservation, Food Storage, Survival Skills. Dried vegetables will add flavor and nutrition to your winter meals. Dehydrating Your Own Survival Foods. Drying foods is one of the oldest methods of food preservation known to man. However, for long term storage of a variety of different foods, dehydration may be your best bet. A Bug Out Bag full of dried fruits, veggies, and meats will provide the survivor with most of the food they need for extended treks in the wilderness. Dried meats and fish are rich in protein and minerals. If you have enough warm dry weather, you can dry foods on a screen in the sun. If the grid goes down you will need to know how to dry your foods using the sun and/or fire as a source of warm, dry air for dehydrating your food. Either way, you need to slice the foods into thin pieces and place them in a current of warm dry air that will remove moisture without cooking the foods. String fruits and vegetables up with a needle and some fishing line ...
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*  Food and Drink Events
... Login. Food Drink Decor Garden Parties Style DIY Recipes. Out of the Kitchen. Food and Drink Events. Sept. FOOD AND WINE. Alverno College Telesis: Professional and community education courses for women and men. 414 382-6200; http://telesis.alverno.edu. Home Food Preservation Series: Learn the basics of home food preservation with master food preserver Christina Ward. Holiday Pie Filling. Nov. Nov. Beer 101. Introduction to beer beverages with Ray Scolavino. Oct. 1 Bay View Community Center: Cooking classes and workshops. Registration required. The Wines Cheeses of Spain: Wine Tasting Workshop. Sept. Oct. $10 member/$15 non-member. Oct. $10 member/$12 non-member. Nov. 2 $10 member/$15 non-member. Wine Making Basics. Nov. 7 $10 member/$15 non-member. 414 212-8843; braiselocalfood.com. Sept. Cedar Creek Winery: Open year-round with guided tours, wine tasting and seasonal events. Cedar Creek Settlement, N70-W6340 Bridge Road, Cedarburg, 262 377-8020. Cedarburg Oktoberfest: Authentic German specialties, desse...
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*  Master Food Preservers: Kale chips
... Sneak a peek down the natural foods aisle at the grocery store and find out what the “in” crowd snacks on instead of boring old chips. Right there, beside the bean dip, stands a bag of kale chips. Loaded with vitamins A and K and a lot of other great nutrients, crunchy kale chips provide guilt-free snacking opportunities. Current Subscribers If you are a current subscriber and wish to obtain access to MtDemocrat.com, please select the Subscriber Verification option below. Subscriber Verification Special Introductory Offer For a short time we will be offering a discount to those who call us in order to obtain access to MtDemocrat.com and start your print subscription. 530 344-5000 If you are not a current subscriber and wish not to take advantage of our special introductory offer, please select the $12 monthly option below to obtain access to MtDemocrat.com and start your online subscription. Sneak a peek down the natural foods aisle at the grocery store and find out what the “in” crowd snacks on instead ...
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*  Storage clamp
... thumb a clamp of sugar beet not covered a clamp is a compact heap mound or pile of materials cramp n oxford english dictionary second edition on cd rom v oxford university press a storage clamp is used in the agricultural industry for temporary storage of root crops such as potato turnip rutabaga mangelwurzel sugar beet etc a clamp is formed by excavating a shallow rectangular depression in a field to make a base for the clamp root crops are then stacked onto the base up to a height of about metres when the clamp is full the earth scraped from the field to make the base is then used to cover the root crops to a depth of several inches straw or old hay may be used to protect the upper surface from rain erosion a well made clamp will keep the vegetables cool and dry for many months most clamps are relatively long and narrow allowing the crops to be progressively removed from one end without disturbing the remaining vegetables the use of a clamp allows a farmer to feed vegetables into market over many month...
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*  water | Micro Showcase
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*  Home canning
... thumb right preserved food in mason jars thumb right a advertisement for a combination steam canner and roaster the described method will not protect against botulism home canning or bottling also known colloquially as putting up or processing is the process of preserving foods in particular fruit s vegetable s and meat s by packing them into glass jars and then heating the jars to kill the organisms that would create spoilage north america united kingdom australia germany standard jar sizes see also references external links north america thumb green beans in a pressure canner ready to be processed in north america home canning is usually done in mason jar s which have thicker walls than single use commercial glass jars unless the food being preserved has a high acid content ph...
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*  Caponata for canning - Food52
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*  Newbie question - white residue after processing? in Canning Forum
Newbie question - white residue after processing. in Canning Forum. Yuku free message boards Username or E-mail: Password:. Forgot Password. Sign Up Grab the Yuku app. Search:. RSS. Email. CanningPantry Forum Canning Newbie question - white residue after processing. 0 Points. Search this Topic:. Remove this ad. Forum Jump Announcements. Canning. Canning Recipes. Pickling. Pickling Recipes. Dehydration - Equipment, Methods, & Recipes. Freezing Food. Vacuum Food Savers. General Food Storage. Juicing - Equipment, Recipes & Diets. The Easy Chair. Member Feedback Area - user suggestions, etc. Help Files. Archives. . Previous Topic. Next Topic. . Newbie question - white residue after processing. Author Comment. cancan Newbie question - white residue after processing. Lead. Posts : 3 May 24 09 6:49 PM. Reply. Quote. More. My Recent Posts. Tags : None Hello. I just canned my first batch of stuff ever today. I chose BBQ sauce since I figured it would be relatively high acid and also something good to keep around. I ha...
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*  Bernardin Home Canning: Because You Can
... Skip to Main Content. Francais. Home. Recipes. Products. Getting Started. Promos & Events. About Bernardin. Media. Products Jars Closures Pectins and Mixes Accessories. Home Canning Starter Kit Publications. Decorative Mason Jar 250 ml These jars are 4 -1/4" 10.5cm high. They have a Decorative fruit motif textured surface and flat oval area for label. Ideal for jam, jelly, chutney and sauces as each box contains 12 x 250 mL standard 70mm mouth mason jars, 12 SNAP LIDS closures and decoratvie labels for each jar. Back to Jars products « Printer Friendly Page ». Look for Bernardin products wherever home canning supplies are sold, or click here to order online is Canada s Best Source for home canning products recipes Newsletter Signup home. recipes. products. getting started. promos events. about bernardin. contact us. privacy. sitemap 2011 Bernardin. All rights reserved To view other Jarden Branded Products visit Bicycle Cards or Northland Firelogs. Google+....
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*  Macdermid Canning Limited - Wigan - Lancashire - UK
. Macdermid Canning Limited - Wigan - Lancashire - UK. Follow us on Twitter. Daily construction news Weekly plant news. The Construction Index. Macdermid Canning Limited. Sun October 04 2015. Login or Register. Find:. Subscribe to our RSS feeds. Construction News UK News Contract News Plant News Data News Product News Legal News Side View Press Releases All News Search News Archive. Contract Leads Contracts Over 20 million Contracts up to 20 million All Contract News OJEU Contract Leads Planning Leads. Plant Plant News Digger Blog. International Features Market Reports Data News Company Watch Top 100 Company Health Check 2013. Top 100 Construction Companies 2014 2013 2012 2011 2010 2009. Top 20 House Builders 2012 2011 2010 2009. Top 20 Plant Hirers 2012 2011 2010 2009. Top 10 Specialists UK Demolition Contractors UK Piling Contractors UK Concrete Contractors UK Scaffolding Contractors UK Steel Contractors. Sub-contractor Pay Trends Latest Month Archive. Media Pack Contact TCiTrader. Fast Index. Access Equipm...
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*  Bernardin Home Canning: Because You Can
... Skip to Main Content. Francais. Home. Recipes. Products. Getting Started. Promos & Events. About Bernardin. Media. Products Jars Closures Pectins and Mixes Accessories. Home Canning Starter Kit Publications. Products. Jars. Closures. Pectins and Mixes. Accessories. Publications. Look for Bernardin products wherever home canning supplies are sold, or click here to order online is Canada s Best Source for home canning products recipes Newsletter Signup home. recipes. products. getting started. promos events. about bernardin. contact us. privacy. sitemap 2011 Bernardin. All rights reserved To view other Jarden Branded Products visit Bicycle Cards or Northland Firelogs. Google+....
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*  Preservation (food) - Conservapedia
Preservation food - Conservapedia. Preservation food. From Conservapedia. Jump to: navigation , search. Food is preserved to keep it fresh, free from bacteria, fungi , and other contaminates. Food preservation was a difficult thing to do until the early 20th century. Until then food had been preserved in "ice rooms" rooms filled with ice blocks or "ice boxes" a smaller version of an ice room. Those methods of storage were only availible for the wealthy until the late 19th century. Before then, most foods had to either be pickled stored in vinegar , or buried in salt meat only. These methods of preservation led to unbalanced diets, causing diseases such as heart disease , rickets and other such diseases. Food may also be preserved by drying or canning. Drying is used for herbs and fruits. The fruit is thinly sliced and dried in a low heat for several hours. Herbs may be dried by tying in bundles and hung in a dry, warm place. Canning bottling was discovered in 1809. Food is placed in a glass jar and heated in ...
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*  Rurification: Acidity in Jam
... Recipes Garden Canning Jam Dyeing Bees Shop About Books. Acidity in Jam. Here is the FDA document that discusses acidity: http://www.fda.gov/Food/FoodSafety/Product-SpecificInformation/AcidifiedLow-AcidCannedFoods/default.htm. Here are lists of high acid and low acid fruits. Low acid fruits need the lemon juice or can be mixed with high acid fruit to lower the pH. High Acid Fruits. Here's another site with a lot of great info on fruit acidity: http://foodpreservation.about.com/gi/o.htm?zi=1/XJ zTi=1 sdn=foodpreservation cdn=food tm=211 f=10 su=p284.13.342.ip tt=2 bt=1 bts=1 zu=http%3A//www.ext.nodak.edu/extnews/askext/jamjelly/4341.htm. http://www.fda.gov/Food/FoodSafety/Product-SpecificInformation/AcidifiedLow-AcidCannedFoods/default.htm http://www.kraftcanada.com/en/cooking-tips/tipstechniques/jammaking/roleofpectinandacid.aspx http://foodpreservation.about.com/gi/o.htm?zi=1/XJ zTi=1 sdn=foodpreservation cdn=food tm=211 f=10 su=p284.13.342.ip tt=2 bt=1 bts=1 zu=http%3A//www.ext.nodak.edu/extnews/aske...
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Which to be honest, sucked. My dad and I have a very interesting father-daughter relationship, he is more like one of my best friends. I tell him pretty much everything. We share a lot of the same interests these are not forced in any way, these are genuine interests we share : fishing, fly fishing, cooking, photography, canning, gardening, fly tying, guns/shooting, knives, and so much more. I love fishing with my dad, especially fly fishing. My dad and I were even featured on a chartered fishing boat’s website and their add in a well-known fishing magazine I still have a copy of it . We have even taken different courses together, one of which was a black and white photography course at our local art museum. One of the best things we have ever done together – so much fun hanging out together. Another “course” we took together was a fly tying course with the New England Fly Tyers. Mind you I was the only “young” female there but I had the best time. Each year they do a good-sized auction/raffle to help...
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(1/543) Temperature and pH conditions that prevail during fermentation of sausages are optimal for production of the antilisterial bacteriocin sakacin K.

Sakacin K is an antilisterial bacteriocin produced by Lactobacillus sake CTC 494, a strain isolated from Spanish dry fermented sausages. The biokinetics of cell growth and bacteriocin production of L. sake CTC 494 in vitro during laboratory fermentations were investigated by making use of MRS broth. The data obtained from the fermentations was used to set up a predictive model to describe the influence of the physical factors temperature and pH on microbial behavior. The model was validated successfully for all components. However, the specific bacteriocin production rate seemed to have an upper limit. Both cell growth and bacteriocin activity were very much influenced by changes in temperature and pH. The production of biomass was closely related to bacteriocin activity, indicating primary metabolite kinetics, but was not the only factor of importance. Acidity dramatically influenced both the production and the inactivation of sakacin K; the optimal pH for cell growth did not correspond to the pH for maximal sakacin K activity. Furthermore, cells grew well at 35 degrees C but no bacteriocin production could be detected at this temperature. L. sake CTC 494 shows special promise for implementation as a novel bacteriocin-producing sausage starter culture with antilisterial properties, considering the fact that the temperature and acidity conditions that prevail during the fermentation process of dry fermented sausages are optimal for the production of sakacin K.  (+info)

(2/543) Nitrite and nitrosyl compounds in food preservation.

Nitrite is consumed in the diet, through vegetables and drinking water. It is also added to meat products as a preservative. The potential risks of this practice are balanced against the unique protective effect against toxin-forming bacteria such as Clostridium botulinum. The chemistry of nitrite, and compounds derived from it, in food systems and bacterial cells are complex. It is known that the bactericidal species is not nitrite itself, but a compound or compounds derived from it during food preparation. Of a range of nitrosyl compounds tested, the anion of Roussin's black salt [Fe4S3(NO)7]- was the most inhibitory to C. sporogenes. This compound is active against both anaerobic and aerobic food-spoilage bacteria, while some other compounds are selective, indicating multiple sites of action. There are numerous possible targets for inhibition in the bacterial cells, including respiratory chains, iron-sulfur proteins and other metalloproteins, membranes and the genetic apparatus.  (+info)

(3/543) The fate of folate polyglutamates in meat during storage and processing.

The rate of hydrolysis of chicken liver folate polyglutamates, by endogenous liver conjugases, under various conditions of storage, heat, and tissue disruption, were investigated. The procedure used was to allow a radioactive tracer dose of the vitamin to equilibrate into the folate polyglutamyl pool. After various storage periods and treatments the polyglutamyl state of the folate present was examined by analytical techniques based on oxidative degradation of native folate polyglutamates to the corresponding p-aminobenzoylpolyglutamate followed by chromatographic separation on DEAE cellulose anion exchange resin. Identification of folate polyglutamates present was made by simultaneous elution of known p-aminobenzoylpolyglutamate markers. In an intact tissue sample only slight degradation was found after 48 hr at 4 C; complete degradation of folate polyglutamates taking 120 hr. Samples of homogenized tissue show complete degradation to folate monoglutamates and a small amount of diglutamate after 48 hr storage. Superimposed on the above is the consideration that if at any time prior to or during storage the liver is heated to greater than 100 C irreversible inactivation of the endogenous conjugases takes place and the folate polyglutamate pattern is stabilized. It was also demonstrated that during two different heating procedures no extra deconjugation occurred.  (+info)

(4/543) A predictive model that describes the effect of prolonged heating at 70 to 90 degrees C and subsequent incubation at refrigeration temperatures on growth from spores and toxigenesis by nonproteolytic Clostridium botulinum in the presence of lysozyme.

Refrigerated processed foods of extended durability such as cook-chill and sous-vide foods rely on a minimal heat treatment at 70 to 95 degrees C and then storage at a refrigeration temperature for safety and preservation. These foods are not sterile and are intended to have an extended shelf life, often up to 42 days. The principal microbiological hazard in foods of this type is growth of and toxin production by nonproteolytic Clostridium botulinum. Lysozyme has been shown to increase the measured heat resistance of nonproteolytic C. botulinum spores. However, the heat treatment guidelines for prevention of risk of botulism in these products have not taken into consideration the effect of lysozyme, which can be present in many foods. In order to assess the botulism hazard, the effect of heat treatments at 70, 75, 80, 85, and 90 degrees C combined with refrigerated storage for up to 90 days on growth from 10(6) spores of nonproteolytic C. botulinum (types B, E, and F) in an anaerobic meat medium containing 2,400 U of lysozyme per ml (50 microg per ml) was studied. Provided that the storage temperature was no higher than 8 degrees C, the following heat treatments each prevented growth and toxin production during 90 days; 70 degrees C for >/=2,545 min, 75 degrees C for >/=463 min, 80 degrees C for >/=230 min, 85 degrees C for >/=84 min, and 90 degrees C for >/=33.5 min. A factorial experimental design allowed development of a predictive model that described the incubation time required before the first sample showed growth, as a function of heating temperature (70 to 90 degrees C), period of heat treatment (up to 2,545 min), and incubation temperature (5 to 25 degrees C). Predictions from the model provided a valid description of the data used to generate the model and agreed with observations made previously.  (+info)

(5/543) Production of acylated homoserine lactones by psychrotrophic members of the Enterobacteriaceae isolated from foods.

Bacteria are able to communicate and gene regulation can be mediated through the production of acylated homoserine lactone (AHL) signal molecules. These signals play important roles in several pathogenic and symbiotic bacteria. The following study was undertaken to investigate whether AHLs are produced by bacteria found in food at temperatures and NaCl conditions commercially used for food preservation and storage. A minimum of 116 of 154 psychrotrophic Enterobacteriaceae strains isolated from cold-smoked salmon or vacuum-packed chilled meat produced AHLs. Analysis by thin-layer chromatography indicated that N-3-oxo-hexanoyl homoserine lactone was the major AHL of several of the strains isolated from cold-smoked salmon and meat. AHL-positive strains cultured at 5 degrees C in medium supplemented with 4% NaCl produced detectable amounts of AHL(s) at cell densities of 10(6) CFU/ml. AHLs were detected in cold-smoked salmon inoculated with strains of Enterobacteriaceae stored at 5 degrees C under an N(2) atmosphere when mean cell densities increased to 10(6) CFU/g and above. Similarly, AHLs were detected in uninoculated samples of commercially produced cold-smoked salmon when the level of indigenous Enterobacteriaceae reached 10(6) CFU/g. This level of Enterobacteriaceae is often found in lightly preserved foods, and AHL-mediated gene regulation may play a role in bacteria associated with food spoilage or food toxicity.  (+info)

(6/543) Effect of fortification on the osmolality of human milk.

AIM: To evaluate the effect of fortification on the osmolality of human milk. METHODS: The osmolality of 47 samples of human milk was determined at baseline, just after, and 24 hours after supplementation with five different human milk fortifiers (HMF) at 4 degrees C. RESULTS: Ten minutes after HMF supplementation the osmolality of human milk was significantly higher than the sum of the respective values of HMF dissolved in water and human milk, measured separately at baseline (p<0.0001), with the exception of the HMF containing only proteins. After 24 hours a further increase in osmolality was observed. Linear regression analysis showed that total dextrin content (r=0.84) was the main determinant of the increase. CONCLUSIONS: Human milk and HMF interact to induce a rapid increase in osmolality higher than would be expected from composition alone. This rise could be explained by the amylase activity of human milk, inducing hydrolysis of the dextrin content of HMF, leading to small osmotically active molecules of oligosaccharides. The high osmolality of fortified human milk should be considered in the nutritional management of preterm infants.  (+info)

(7/543) Case life of seven retail products from beef cattle supplemented with alpha-tocopheryl acetate.

Packages (n = 660) of clod, strip loin, tenderloin, bottom round, eye-of-round, and top round steaks, as well as ground beef, from beef cattle fed diets supplemented with vitamin E (500 IU/d for 100 d preharvest) were compared with packages of products derived from carcasses of beef cattle fed control diets to determine the duration of acceptable muscle color during simulated retail display. In addition, the effect of storage before steak fabrication, simulating distribution time, on the acceptability of each treatment and each cut during retail display was investigated. Dietary supplementation of animals with vitamin E increased muscle alpha-tocopherol concentrations (P < .05) in all cuts. The acceptable retail display time of ground beef from vitamin E-supplemented cattle was longer (P < .05) compared to ground beef from unsupplemented cattle by 10.2, 15.6, and 17.6 h following 7, 14, and 21 d of storage in chub packages prior to final grinding and retail display, respectively. However, length of storage in a vacuum package before retail display did not have a consistent effect on retail case life of steaks. Product drip loss during retail display was not affected by storage time or vitamin E treatment. The trained panel color score during retail display of high vitamin E strip loin, bottom round, inside round, and eye-of-round steaks remained acceptable longer (P < .05) by 11.5, 25.2, 8.4, and 29.4 h, respectively, than that of control steaks. The results demonstrated that vitamin E supplementation of cattle feed can be used as a management tool to reduce the economic losses associated with beef muscle color deterioration during retail display of products.  (+info)

(8/543) Pulsed-electric field treatment enhances the bactericidal action of nisin against Bacillus cereus.

Vegetative cells of Bacillus cereus were subjected to low doses of nisin (0.06 microg/ml) and mild pulsed-electric field treatment (16.7 kV/cm, 50 pulses each of 2-micros duration). Combining both treatments resulted in a reduction of 1.8 log units more than the sum of the reductions obtained with the single treatments, indicating synergy.  (+info)


Can you tell us that "How smoking helps in preservation"?


Related to food preservation.
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r u doing school work on us?

http://www.google.ca/search?sourceid=navclient&ie=UTF-8&rlz=1T4GFRD_enCA224CA224&q=smoking+food+and+preservation


Why is Pickling (Food preservation) suitable for making Kimchi?


Why is Pickling which is a Food preservation method, suitable for making Korean Kimchi?

Please give a formal answer ASAP. I need this for my project but I can't find information anywhere.
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For food preservation, bacteria and other microoganisms cause the food to rot.

pickling (for kimchi - salting) encourages beneficial bacteria to grow which produces lactic acid.
The lactic acid acidifies the food which discourages bad microorganisms from growing.


Anyone seen this chart for food preservation?


I found this chart for food preservation it is really helpful check it out what do you think its at http://www.vacmesh.com/shelf_life.html
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Interesting to know.  Thanks


Have you ever smoked fresh fish after soaking it in a brine solution?


I am interested in smoking fresh catfish or whiteperch as a method of food preservation. The small book I have suggests you soak the fish in a briney solution then smoke the fish in hardwood smoke anywhere from four hours to four days depending on the size of the fish fillet. Have you ever done this? Any pointers?
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I do this all the time.  
If the fish are small you can smoke them whole.  If you fillet the fish, leave the skin on the side of the fillet.  
You can make a basic brine with kosher salt, brown sugar and water.  However, I prefer this with salmon or other "pink meat" fish.  For white flesh fish, I prefer a less "sweet" flavor.  
The easiest way to do it is to purchase some commercially made "jerky cure."  Inside the box (especially Hi Mountain variety) will be instructions for soaking fish in the brine.  
For the catfish, I would add some cajun seasoning to the brine.  For the whiteperch, I would add some garlic and onion powder.  
Let it soak in the brine for up to 24 hours in the refrigerator.  This depends on the strength of the brine.  If you are using a "stronger" brine, it may take as little as one hour to fully brine.  
Remove and rinse with cold water.  You then need to set it on racks to "air dry" for an hour or so until a "glaze" appears on the flesh (called a pellicle).  I use the same racks that I will place in the smoker.  Spray the racks with cooking spray before placing the fish on the racks.  
The smoking time and methods will differ.  A lot also depends on the type of smoker you have.  I always use Alder or Apple wood for the smoke.  Hickory and mesquite are too harsh by my standards.  However, I might be tempted to use hickory on the catfish.  
You will probably have to experiment some to get the results that you prefer.  Everyone has different tastes.  I have smoked whole trout and they turn out good.  
You need to smoke the fish, until it is dry, like it has been baked in the oven.  You don't really want any moisture left.  However, if you go too long it will turn into jerky.


How did people Jelly things in the old days?


Like food preservation's and stuff. Its for a project.
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They looked for natural sources of pectin when making preserves and added it to the boiling fruit.  There are still recipes for marmalade that include the use of orange seeds to add pectin.  The boiling action sterilized the jam before it was put into boiled jars and sealed with a sterilized cork and hot wax.

When they made pickles, they used lot of salt, aka "brine" to inhibit bacteria and keep food from spoiling.  Saurkraut and some meats are preserved this way too.

If you're talking more along the lines of head-cheese, the gelatin was extracted from boiling bones for hours and hours and cooling the liquid.  The gelatin would settle at the top and could be skimmed off for use as head-cheese and other jelly things.


how do you preserve a peanut butter and jelly sandwich until lunchtime.?


okay, this is a reeally dumb science assignment, i need to make a procedure to preserve a pb and j sandwich i can use these materials: sheet of cardboard, string, straws, aluminum foil, plastic sandwich bag, sandwich, tasking tape, brown paper bag. 

i really don't know anything about food preservation, so give me some tips please! what should i do./ make out of the materials i can use?????
btw, this is from the time i pack it in the morning till noon, so like 4 hours. to "preserve the identity of the sandwich"
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My mother used to make the sandwiches for the week then freeze them.  They were thawed by lunchtime, no problem.


What is the Difference between Pickling Salt, Canning/Curing Salt, Iodized Salt, etc?


I'm just starting to learn to Home Can.

I plan on learning all the food preservation methods.

I already Smoke and Dehydrate Salmon and Moose, since I'm Alaskan, I've done a bit of that.

But, I'm confused on all the Salts.

Can anyone give me a break-down or a simple guidelines as to what salt to use with what?

And maybe even a bit of science as to the Differences.

Are any of the interchangeable?

Can you cure with Table Salt?  or must you use the Curing Salts?  Things like that.

Thanks in advance for any assistance you can give.
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Best you visit Wikipedia and go from there.  See the link below, and they explain differences there, and link to other articles specifically about other types of salt, like pickling, kosher, curing, etc.


Boy what a sound!  That beautiful sound of cold, hard cash!  That beautiful sound of clinking nickels! … Dr. Van Pelt


What are the utensils and equipments used in food preservation?


I need the specific utensils that are used in preserving foods...like for example the  jars used in making achara...
i have hir samples like freezer,pH pen...the ones used in laboratory..im a nutrition student so i wud like to have answers dat wud help me....
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Bell jars, salt, a fork and knife for eating.