Over 2000 Free Canning Recipes For Any Season

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Over 2000 Free Canning Recipes For Any Season

Over 2000 Free Canning Recipes For Any Season

Over 2000 Free Canning Recipes For Any Season

If you are thinking of saving a ton of money on food then canning can certainly do  that. It can help you preserve food that you otherwise would just throw away in the trash.

For example, you can go to a grocery store and take advantage of their sales. This is what I do. I always buy veggies, meat and even fruit if it’s on sale and can what I don’t use.

I would say I have saved thousands of dollars over the years and I will continue to do so for many years to come.

Canning is not just for the homesteaders of the world. It is for the common family too. There are 2 kinds of canning, pressure canning for meats and certain veggies and water bath canning for your regular veggies.

I have searched the internet for the best canning recipes for you all to enjoy so be sure to bookmark this article so you can come back and try new recipes too.

Did you know in the war they actually encouraged people to can their own produce?



Canning is a method of preserving food in which the food contents are processed and sealed in an airtight container.

Canning provides a shelf life typically ranging from one to five years, although under specific circumstances it can be much longer.

A freeze-dried canned product, such as canned dried lentils, could last as long as 30 years in an edible state.

In 1974, samples of canned food from the wreck of the Bertrand, a steamboat that sank in the Missouri River in 1865, were tested by the National Food Processors Association.

Although appearance, smell and vitamin content had deteriorated, there was no trace of microbial growth and the 109-year-old food was determined to be still safe to eat.

Canning Recipes:

Vegetable Canning Recipes

Fruit Canning Recipes

Meat Canning Recipe

Miscellaneous Canning Recipes – Jams, mixed food canning recipes, etc.

Canning Tutorials:

How to use a water bath canner:

How to use a pressure canner:

A pantry to drool over!

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I did a little pantry inventory since my last one 3 months ago. We are ahead of where we were at this time last year. Everything I've canned will get us through to the next harvest of that food item so I've accomplished the goal that I've set for myself. The only thing that I've been canning this winter has been broth. We've got one tote of winter squash left, onions are dwindling fast although this is the longest we've ever been able to store them, potatoes are sprouting but we still have a large supply, garlic in huge abundance, and ferments are nearly gone. The deep freezers are still well stocked with meat and veggies. I think I need to challenge myself to using up more of everything to make room for this coming year's supply! . First two photos are of what I currently have left. Last photo is some of what I had 3 months ago. #homesteading #homestead #homesteadingskills #homesteadersofamerica #homesteadersofinstagram #canning #canningjars #ballcanning #homecanning #homepreserving #cannedgoods #pantrygoals #modernhomesteading #offgridfarm #offgridhomestead #offgridlife #offgridlifestyle #offgridfamily #pressurecanning #canningfood #farmhouseliving #farmher #womenwhohomestead #fillthelarder #eatwhatyougrow #growyourownfood #homegrownfood #homegrownpantry

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