With winter over, our planning can finally turn to the hope of a new growing season. These warmer days bring with them the promise, if not the anticipation of new things to grow and eventually preserve.
With today’s show, I walk you through a short checklist of things you can do now to keep your home canning safe, cost effective, and fun. Some simple planning now can make a huge difference later.
Things in Today’s Show
- Why I include the “Life in the North Woods” segment in my shows.
- A systematic and safe way to go through your inventory of home canned goods.
- Tips for coming up with a great home canning plan for the whole season.
- Making sure you have adequate supplies and ingredients.
- Things to do to prepare and inspect equipment you use in your home canning.
Listener Questions Answered in Today’s Show
- What’s a good way to transport produce on an airplane for canning later on at home?
- What are some good home canning ideas for spring?
- A question on noodles in commercially prepared soups versus home canned soups,
- How can you be sure if older family recipes are safe?
If you have a question you’d like answered, you can always send an email to john<at>canningseason.com or leave a voice mail message at 763-260- 4250.
Links Mentioned in Today’s Show (all are affiliate links)–
Marisa McClellan’s new book, Preserving by the Pint: Quick Seasonal Canning for Small Spaces
Canner I use: Presto 1755 16-Quart Aluminum Pressure Cooker/Canner
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