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Food Storage Tips--Canning, Farming, ETC.** OFFICIAL THREAD***

 
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Food Storage Tips--Canning, Farming, ETC.** OFFICIAL THREAD***
Since another poster brought forth the article that there will be a food shortage coming soon (if not now), let's also have a thread sharing ideas on canning, farming, etc.

suggestions, ideas, questions all welcome.
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Seeing as it's an official thread, if I do something recommended here and I die, can I sue you ?
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Seeing as it's an official thread, if I do something recommended here and I die, can I sue you ?
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sorry, no need for that.
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Fantastic idea. I've been wanting to do this anyway. I have a great big pot (not a canning pot) that I was planning to use. I heard I can put a towel in the bottom to keep the jars from knocking or buy a rack to put in there. Anyone on here ever do it that way before?
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Re: Food Storage Tips--Canning, Farming, ETC.** OFFICIAL THREAD***
Fantastic idea. I've been wanting to do this anyway. I have a great big pot (not a canning pot) that I was planning to use. I heard I can put a towel in the bottom to keep the jars from knocking or buy a rack to put in there. Anyone on here ever do it that way before?
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No, but I want to learn to can also. I've wanted to for awhile, I see now it is a dire thing to learn.

If anyone has some good sites or other references, let us know.

IN the meantime, I am gonna go get my mason jars before they too rise in cost!
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[link to www.bernardin.ca]

Because you can.
Thousands of tips and recipes on this site.
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Seeing as it's an official thread, if I do something recommended here and I die, can I sue you ?
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You can as long as you sue the OP in person.tounge
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Re: Food Storage Tips--Canning, Farming, ETC.** OFFICIAL THREAD***
ummm...anything in this thread is to be used at your discretion only

ya lol. i think that oughta keep me outta trouble.

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Re: Food Storage Tips--Canning, Farming, ETC.** OFFICIAL THREAD***
Fantastic idea. I've been wanting to do this anyway. I have a great big pot (not a canning pot) that I was planning to use. I heard I can put a towel in the bottom to keep the jars from knocking or buy a rack to put in there. Anyone on here ever do it that way before?
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This is all a hot water canner is. A big pot. Racks make it a helluv alot easier to get the jars out, but as long as your pot is deep enough to cover the tops of the jars thats all you need.

Sealing rings are a problem. Modern ones are good for one time only. Some people used to use parrafin wax to seal jars also.
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Does anyone know where to find the sealing lids that aren't made in china? Also, I do not want the reusable plastic tattler lids as the company says not to use them for long term storage?

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Does anyone know where to find the sealing lids that aren't made in china? Also, I do not want the reusable plastic tattler lids as the company says not to use them for long term storage?
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bump
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Aren't there several of these already for each posted doom?
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Aren't there several of these already for each posted doom?
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I haven't seen them. Can you post the links? I'd like to check those out aswell. :)
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Mormon cannery.. Just got home from ours. You don't need to be a Mormon to use the cannery. No tax, cheap, awesomeness..
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Aren't there several of these already for each posted doom?
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I haven't seen them. Can you post the links? I'd like to check those out aswell. :)
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Search up top for ..

recession proof

you'll find tons of threads.
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Re: Food Storage Tips--Canning, Farming, ETC.** OFFICIAL THREAD***
Aren't there several of these already for each posted doom?
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I haven't seen them. Can you post the links? I'd like to check those out aswell. :)
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1283498


Search up top for ..

recession proof

you'll find tons of threads.
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[link to www.godlikeproductions.com]
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If you need a source for long term food storage this is it. You can get a free 9 serving sample pack and only pay shipping of about $6. They sell various size packages at wholesale which comes to less than $1.00 a serving and you can even earn more free food. The food is almost restaurant quality and has a 15 year shelf life.
[link to www.5298.freefood2go.com]
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04/23/2011 09:58 PM
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hot water canning and pressure canning are two different animals.

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