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the pink panther    Posted 07-13-2003 at 04:49:55       [Reply]  [Send Email]
we've been canning veggies the last two weeks. we have 60 qts of green beans and 89 qts of dill pickles.colleen is starting on tomatoes and juice today.we have frozen 24 qts of corn and will have that many more to do this week.i think we are going to try and can some corn in pint jars.
we will harvest a deer this fall and i was thinking about canning some meat.thats the only item of food that we don't have covered in the event of a long term power failure.
i have ate canned deer before. i liked it.
my wife can't have any salt in her diet,can you put the meat up without salt?
if anyone has any tips or ideas let us know.
can you freeze burger?
i have a good place to store canned goods where they won't freeze, so if i can make this meat canning thing work i could store a years supply of everything we need to eat with no electric.

Tom A ...get the Ball Blu    Posted 07-13-2003 at 06:03:58       [Reply]  [No Email]
It is the authority on canning and freezing almost anything edible. Mines a few years old now, cost about $9 then. Give lots of details on how-to, as well as recipes for all kinds of stuff.

We're thinking about canning some of our chicken this year, but haven't made up our minds yet.

sorry....    Posted 07-13-2003 at 06:07:12       [Reply]  [No Email]
the title got cut off: "The Ball Blue Book" is what I was talking about


Cindi    Posted 07-13-2003 at 05:12:03       [Reply]  [No Email]
According to this link, salt is optional....

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