Pressure Canning for Beginners and Beyond

Angi Schneider


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Publisher: Page Street Publishing
ISBN: 9781645673408
Cover type: Paperback
Publish date: 8/24/2021
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This comprehensive resource, packed with photos and 100 recipes, teaches everything you need to know to pressure can veggies, soups, sauces and even meats safely and confidently.

Pressure canning is arguably the easiest and most reliable way to preserve shelf-stable foods year round, and this one-stop guide walks beginners step by step through all the nuances.

Preserving guru Angi Schneider, author of The Ultimate Guide to Preserving Vegetables, shares her abundance of knowledge on pressure canning the safe and easy way. Angi teaches reliable methods that are in accordance with the latest food safety recommendations for pressure canning.

Readers will find answers to all their canning questions, as well as creative recipes to meet their every need.

Enjoy the flavor of garden tomatoes all year with jars of Italian Style Tomatoes, Diced Tomatoes with Green Chilis, Marinara Sauce and more. Learn how to can all kinds of soups for easy grab-and-go meals, such as Butternut and White Bean Soup and Mushroom Soup. One of the most popular benefits of canning is that it’s a safe shelf-stable way to preserve meats.

Angi covers the gamut from Pot Roast in a Jar to Chicken Marsala, Spaghetti Sauce with Meat, Swedish Meatballs and so much more. Packed with 100 practical family-friendly recipes and full-page color photography throughout, this beautiful, modern guide to pressure canning will become a trusted resource that readers turn to again and again.

Angi Schneider lives on 1.5-acre homestead with her family. She is the creator of SchneiderPeeps, a blog that shares tips for organic gardening, real food cooking, preserving food and more.

She has a combined social media following of over 26k. She has written for Countryside, has been interviewed on Organic Gardener Podcast and was featured in the documentary Beyond Off the Grid. She lives on the Gulf Coast of Texas.

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