Canning Instructions to Preserve Food

Deanna Kawatski's canning instructions to preserve food from the harvest, including fruits, vegetables, meat and fish, as well as how to make her grandmother's favorite jams and pickles.



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Preserved rhubarb brightens up winter in B.C.
JOHN ENMAN
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1. Deanna skimming cooked rhubarb.
JOHN ENMAN
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Preserve meat, fish, fruits and vegetables with these detailed canning instructions.
ILLUSTRATION: REBECCA LEER
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4. Take care to leave the appropriate "head room" in the jar.
JOHN ENMAN
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2. Deanna cleaning the jar rim before filling.
JOHN ENMAN
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3. To avoid breakage, jars must be hot before they are filled.
JOHN ENMAN
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5. Clean the jar rim again before sealing.
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6. Deanna secures snap lids with screwbands.
JOHN ENMAN
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7. Deanna uses a jar lifter to place jars of rhubarb in hot water.
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