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8/19/09 3:37 P

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That would be a good idea to do the beef, or chicken stock etc. TO do meat, it takes 90 minutes for quarts at 10 lb pressure. With canning I don't think the herbs get strongger, or I haven't experience that they do.

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8/19/09 1:25 P

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Late yesterday it arrived. And I am fairly confident that I can do this. I want to dive right in but will take it slow so it makes sense in the long run. Has anyone PC (pressure canned) Beef? I am thinking for my household of one that doing single serving (4 oz) meat in a double beef stock would work. Since I already read that soups are OK but thickeners aren't. I could then make what I want from great beef stock and a serving of meat. (adding veg, thickeners and seasonings later)
I did a fair amount of freezing at one time. When I had the floor space for a freezer. So I know that freezing can make the herbs taste strong after months in the freezer. Does this hold true for pressure canning? In case you haven't figured out I am a very experienced cook that comes for a long line of big city chefs. Only an aunt that was a country wife, I don't know if she canned or not.

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8/18/09 2:47 P

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A guide to pressure canning.
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8/18/09 10:28 A

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You can master the pressure canner, you'll find it goes much faster than the hot water bath.

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8/13/09 7:21 P

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It's really quite easy

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I taught myself to water bath can years ago. I have use a pressure cooker. But never used a pressure canner. I need to make things that will suit my many food allergies and medical conditions. I live in a urban area so it will be farmer markets etc. for me. I have been reading books from the library and articles on-line. I just need experience and to start.

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