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Meals In A Jar; Sloppy Joes
I have a 12 day Mule Deer hunt coming up next week. In preparation, I was trying to come up with self contained meals in mason jars, to save on my finite cooler space. One of the first things I thought of was Sloppy Joes. But instead of just the sauce, like a can of…
How To Can Beans The Nourishing Way
Canned beans are easily found on grocery store shelves, but by canning your own you can go further. And not just 1 -- but 2 -- steps further! Here are directions for *nourishing* canned beans, and you'll save money, too!
How to Can Homemade Stock or Broth • The Prairie Homestead
Lest I give off the impression that I “have it all together,” let me assure you that I do not. Case in point? Menu planning. I know menu planning is a great idea. And it saves loads of time. And prevents tons of stress. And makes grocery shopping easier… But in 6 years of marriage, […]
Renee's BBQ Beans - Looking for a Bush's Clone - SBCanning.com - homemade canning recipes
Well from my previous post you know that the beans for this recipe went to a Bean and Sausage soup and the sauce turned into a fantastic barbecue sauce that
How to Convert Recipes to Pressure Cooker
Pressure cookers are the microwaves of the past. But that doesn't mean we can't use them now to speed up our cooking process. If you are reading this chances are you own a Pressure Cooker, or are at least debating purchasing one. So you've read the instructions, tried out the recipes that come with the cooker, found pressure cooker recipe lists, and are now itching to try something new or at least something you know you love, but haven't tried to make in a pressure cooker. To convert your…
Canning Chicken-Raw Pack!!!
I am sure you were just sitting there at home wondering how to keep chicken on your pantry shelf for years at a time and still be able to eat it at a second's notice, right? It is your lucky day! I have been so busy getting ready for Super Saturday, and will be for the next two weeks, I thought I would get my mind off things with a little canning lesson. I realize it takes a special person to even think about, let alone actually can their own meat. I was one of those people not too long ago…
How to Can Dry Beans • The Prairie Homestead
For me, one of the keys to cooking real food is to have a pantry stocked with real food ‘building blocks’ that I have prepared ahead of time. I always have a supply of homemade broth/stock, home-canned tomato sauce, applesauce, pickles, and multiple other items. It makes it easy to put together a real-food meal without […]
How I Can Chicken
Due to recent bulk chicken sales. . . I've been busy canning chicken. I have hesitated posting about how I can because there are so many different ways, regulations and safety issues that I don't want to be responsible for anyone who does it the way I teach and it doesn't work out. So, here is my disclaimer: You take full responsibility for following this post and if you have questions about how I do anything, feel free to research it and do it a different way. Having said that, I have…