How To: Preserve pinto beans and black beans with canning

Preserve pinto beans and black beans with canning

Learn about home canning and increasing the food supply in your pantry. In this how to video learn how easy it is too cook beans and then preserve them with canning. Our hosts show you all the equipment needed to begin preserving beans or any other vegetable. Grab your jars and begin canning.

(1) Part 1 of 3 - How to Preserve pinto beans and black beans with canning, (2) Part 2 of 3 - How to Preserve pinto beans and black beans with canning, (3) Part 3 of 3 - How to Preserve pinto beans and black beans with canning

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2 Comments

This episode (all 3 chapters) is useful for a first-time canner (I'm looking as a second-time canner). I was looking for a recipe for black beans to can, so I was a little disappointed that the video only showed pinto beans. I'm assuming the same recipe is used for black beans.

Tattler makes reusable canning lids, so you don't even have to buy new lids each time. They work great with pressure canning too....

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