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>>>>Sustainable Living PLUS Canning and Dehydrating Food<<<<
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[quote:tinygreen:MV8xNjEyNjkxXzI2NzY4ODM0X0U0N0NDNDRC] [quote:flavapor:MV8xNjEyNjkxXzI2NzY4NjkzXzhBNjk5NDY4] [quote:tinygreen:MV8xNjEyNjkxXzI2NzY3ODk1XzMxRjcwQzAx] [quote:Drendwire:MV8xNjEyNjkxXzI2NzY3NjEzXzFBRDMwRTM2] Just an old Tennessee boy. 65 to 70 degree.cellar. Apples Pears packed in straw. Pickles in urns or barrels. Potatoes on a table to allow ventilation. Peppers strung to dry. I just slow cook meat and some time potatoes in slow cooker then move them to the caners.Shelf time for this type of canning is 2+years. Good for me. I dehydrate scrambled eggs and seal cheese in vacuum packs. I have enough food preserved for 4 people to last 2 years. [/quote] :worship:dang!!! i want you for my guru!! thank you so much for your good advise. great to have an old tennessee boy helping us out!! so i leave the potatoes out on a table? can i use a wire rack with wood or something on it? the fruit in straw, do i put those in boxes or barrels? i think the last time i canned beef, we just cut it up and then pressure cooked it, i could be wrong though. i have cheese vacuum packed. how do you dehydrate eggs? wow, i'm such a noob at all this. so glad i have people helping me get my stuff together.:hugs: [/quote] I want to know about the eggs too. I think you layer the fruit in the straw. I have heard straw and newspaper and fruit in layers like a lasagna, but want to hear about tennessee boys way. I was told the same way for potatoes (straw) in boxes. So drendwire, can I make my food, such as stew and can it? Does it get overcooked when you actually eat it? I have not tried meat yet, but its on my list. Maybe I need a vacuum packer. How long does the cheese last if you do that? [/quote] thank you and good questions. i hope he comes back to help us. [/quote]
last year i canned for the first time. wow, i was nervous.
this year, i'm doing better. i have been canning like mad.
if you'd like, tell us your how's and why's. learning to preserve food is one of the most important skills a person can learn.
if you have a picture of your preserved foods uploaded, let me know and i'll post it for you.
a good source for shtf or urban farming...
Thread: Farmin' in the HOOD --- VIDEO --- these families raise tons of food and have transformed the neighborhood...URBAN FARMING/ GARDENING
so far this year, we have canned...
yellow wax beans
sweet pickle relish
i'm going to try making my own fruit pie filling.
trying my hand at canning potatoes also.
finished the green beans while i was trying to write this. 14 quarts and 15 pints.
i'm going to edit this first post. moving pics to another post and will start the index of recipes and pictures.
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