Home canning basics – Pressure canning – Part 2

Pressure canning will give you the possibilities to can food that is not high in acid. I use pressure canners for beans, soups, meats and other mixed foods.

Pressure canning takes a little more practice and care. It is very important to make sure the pressure-canning gauge is working properly. In my area you can take your pressure canner to the nearest Extension Office and they will gladly test the gauge and reset it for you.

The other important step in pressure canning is to make sure you do not open the canner before all pressure has been released from the canner. This is very important!

This video is the last of the pressure-canning video’s and has great information.

Canning your garden produce can save you money and produces fresh quality food for the winter months.

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