How to Pressure Can Potatoes

How to Pressure Can Potatoes

How do you feel about preserving your own food at home? Have you considered canning potatoes?
For years, I have enjoyed filling my larder with HOME-CANNED POTATOES which can be used in so many ways.
Here are just a few…..

soups

stews

mashed potatoes

home fries

savory pie fillings

quiches

scrambled with eggs

au gratin/scalloped

pot roast and potatoes

Southern Hash with biscuits

and so many more!

Don’t be intimidated by PRESSURE CANNING! Pull that canner from the box and let’s get started learning HOW to CAN. We’ll start with POTATOES. Canned potatoes in the larder are so helpful to have anytime of the year — summer when it’s too hot to cook, fall when a quick soup is desired or winter when mashed potatoes would just hit the spot in no time flat. Grab a bulk box of potatoes from your favorite source, wash those jars, dust off the canner and let’s learn to CAN POTATOES. I share many tips, tricks, advice along the way to learning this old-fashioned art of preserving food. Canning for beginners made easy is what this is all about. Will you allow me to help you? I’d love to!

How would YOU use canned potatoes?

I recently purchased potatoes in bulk as I am always on the lookout for nourishment that I can stock away in my larder. This box of Russet potatoes was at a local Amish-owned store. What a treat to find a great price of high-quality produce! Only one potato had to be thrown away due to rot.

 

 

Check out my video tutorial to inspire you…. (This video link is scheduled as a PREMIER until its debut on May 12, 2022, 8ET. Set a reminder to watch and chat with me.)

Learn HERE how to CAN potatoes

 

Need canning supplies? Please always seek out local merchants and keep your dollars “at home.” If, after that search, you’d prefer to shop online (or need to due to health/mobility restrictions, etc.), I have provided some online resources for your shopping ease.

 

 

______ Links to Purchase Products Shown in Video (if unable to purchase elsewhere)_______

🏡Stocking Up canning book by Carol Hupping

https://www.thriftbooks.com/share/?code=4cYeR9L8yYyRyhkE40ejaQ%253d%253d

OR…

https://a.co/9x58Dv8

🏡Canning equipment

https://a.co/9x58Dv8

Remember to always count your blessings while creating a cozy home using the old-fashioned skill of food canning.❤️katie

Thanks for being a part of the community of HomeKeepers who desire to create a cozy home with old-fashioned family values. To connect even further with like-minded folks, I just know you would be interested in the Heritage Ways community newspaper. Find all the details on The Journal, here…. The Journal, the Heritage Ways Community Newspaper

The Journal is written by and for like-minded folks who desire to “Share community. Simply.”

 

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Christmas Tree Preservative | Cut Flower Preserver | Christmas Tree Food Recipe

Christmas Tree Food Recipe

WATCH Mrs. Katie and Jonboy MAKE this RECIPE HERE

1 gallon water

1 copper penny, optional

4 t. chlorine bleach

4 t. sugar dissolved in bit of hot water

4 t. vinegar

1 can citrus soda may be substituted for the sugar-water and vinegar

NOTES: Add the vinegar and bleach to the water. Do NOT add them together alone as hazardous vapors will result. Make sure to label the contents so no one accidentally drinks the tree food.

Combine all ingredients and fill tree stand or flower vase as needed.

This mixture should last about a week on the counter or two weeks in the refrigerator.

🎄Merry Christmas!

Remember to count your blessings, y’all!❣️

❤️Katie

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