How To: Can peaches

Canning is one of the best ways to preserving foods and comes in handy during emergency situations. This is perfect way to keep food preserved for a long period of time, when going outside would be a bad idea. In this video, you'll find out what you need to do in order to can peaches properly. So pay attention and good luck!

How To: Pickle & can okra and tomatoes

There are few ways to actually pickle certain veggies. One of the most common ways is by canning. This can make meats, veggies, and even fruits last for a longer period of time than what they would normally last. So in this tutorial, you'll find out how to pickle and can okra and tomatoes. Two delicious and nutritious veggies. So pay attention and enjoy!

How To: Can chuck roast with brown gravy

There's nothing like a delicious chuck roast during a long day at work. But if you're interested in making it in a different form, this may be what you need. In this video tutorial, you'll find out how to can chuck roast with brown gravy using jars and a canner. So check it out, get the materials ready, adn good luck!

How To: Buy & use pressure canners

Pressure canners are perfect for processing low-acid foods using heat. These are usually metal like kettles that contain a lockable lid. In this tutorial, you'll find out how to buy a pressure canner and properly use it to preserve veggies and other foods. So good luck and enjoy!

How To: Can fresh tomatoes with salt and vinegar

Want to make the tomatoes in the garden last through winter? Then watch this how to video and learn how to easy it is to can tomatoes. Canning tomatoes involves blanching, peeling, and taking out the core. Pour some vinegar and salt into your jar and you are almost done canning. Watch and learn how it is done.

How To: Can whole meals

You may have canned sauces or jams and jellies before, but have you ever canned whole meals? Well, in this video that's exactly what you'll learn. David and Andrea show you how to can tangerine chili in the pressure cooker.

How To: Can turnips

Canning is an old technique that has been used by various countries and peoples. It helps preserve food for a longer period of time and can sometimes make certain food taste better. So in this tutorial, you'll find out how to can turnips easily. So good luck and enjoy!

How To: Can okra

In this video, we learn how to can okra. After picking the okra, wash and clean it. Then, cut the two ends of the okra off to discard. Cut the rest into small pieces to cook and can. After this, prepare the canning jars by putting them in the dishwasher, then add 6 tbsp white vinegar to a gallon of water in a large pot. Boil the okra in this with salt for six minutes. Then, let the water come back to a boil and boil for six more minutes. From here, use the jars from the dishwasher to can the ...

How To: Can tomatoes

Botanically, tomatoes are fruits, but an 1893 Supreme Court decision changes that. They were ruled to be considered vegetables, allowing for a higher tax to be placed on imported tomatoes. Seems silly now. Tomatoes are rich in vitamins A, C, and K, as well as lycopene, a cancer-fighter. Enjoy tomatoes throughout the year by canning your summer harvest.

How To: Can deer meat

Here's another canning tutorial showing you how to properly can meat using the right equipment. In this video, you'll find out how to can deer meat using some easy steps and instructions. Canning is a great way to help ensure that meats, fruits, and veggies will last for a long period of time. Good luck and enjoy!

How To: Do water bath canning

This video demonstrates how to do water bath canning. From the people who brought you the Dummies instructional book series, brings you the same non-intimidating guides in video form. Watch this video tutorial to learn how to do water bath canning, For Dummies.

How To: Can fresh sweet peaches

All those fresh ripe peaches on your tree will go bad if you don't pick them. Wait! Why not preserve them and make them last through the winter. This how to video is a canning tutorial that will show you how to can peaches and preserve them in jars. Eat the peaches when you like or give canned peaches away as a present.

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