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r7mm08
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Jan-24-15, 
07:20 AM (MST)
"hot water canning"

Has anyone used hot water bath to can meat. (say deer, elk ect.)
I have a guy that told me that;s how he has been doing for yrs.
Whats you take on this.
Thanks
Ron

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 Subject   Author   Message Date   ID 
 RE: hot water ...  DW      Jan-24-15   1 
  RE: hot water ...  bluejay      Jan-24-15   2 
   RE: hot water ...  r7mm08      Jan-25-15   3 
    RE: hot water ...  DW      Jan-25-15   4 
     RE: hot water ...  r7mm08      Jan-25-15   5 
      RE: hot water ...  DW      Jan-25-15   6 
       RE: hot water ...  r7mm08      Jan-26-15   7 
     RE: hot water ...  philthy      Jan-31-15   8 
      RE: hot water ...  DW      Jan-31-15   9 
 RE: hot water ...  Bates7      Feb-01-15   10 
 RE: hot water ...  muleybull      Feb-04-15   11 

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DW
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Jan-24-15, 
07:33 AM (MST)
1. "RE: hot water canning"

They say the temp doesn't get high enough to kill botulism! Do not use this method!

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Jan-24-15, 
07:42 AM (MST)
2. "RE: hot water canning"

+1 DW

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r7mm08
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Jan-25-15, 
08:56 AM (MST)
3. "RE: hot water canning"

Thanks I won;t try it

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DW
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Jan-25-15, 
10:07 AM (MST)
4. "RE: hot water canning"

Pressure cookers aren't that expensive, and the process is really easy as I've recently discovered. Try it, you'll luv it!

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r7mm08
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Jan-25-15, 
10:19 AM (MST)
5. "RE: hot water canning"

I have a small one, don;t know really how to use it. Will have to try and learn.

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DW
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Jan-25-15, 
03:02 PM (MST)
6. "RE: hot water canning"

LAST EDITED ON Jan-25-15 AT 03:06 PM (MST)

Did u see the thread a couple below this 1? It's pretty easy. Read the thread in that thread from forkwest.

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r7mm08
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Jan-26-15, 
05:29 AM (MST)
7. "RE: hot water canning"

Thanks

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philthy
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Jan-31-15, 
12:39 PM (MST)
8. "RE: hot water canning"

>Pressure cookers aren't that expensive, and
>the process is really easy
>as I've recently discovered. Try
>it, you'll luv it!

Just picked up a Presto 23 quart canner off ebay for $85.99 with free shipping. I've got about 10 lbs of sockeye in the freezer and have a batch of it I lightly smoked in the canner at 14 psi as I type this. Next up will be some elk and antelope I've got in the freezer! I've canned veggies in a hot water bath for years.

Phil


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DW
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Jan-31-15, 
08:55 PM (MST)
9. "RE: hot water canning"

Yer gonna luv it philthy! Been eatin goose burritos for weeks!

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Feb-01-15, 
01:00 PM (MST)
10. "RE: hot water canning"

There is actually a thread on here that lays out all of the directions quite nicely.

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Feb-04-15, 
02:45 PM (MST)
11. "RE: hot water canning"

Been doing it for a while now, I was a little hesitant at first.

You have to use a pressure cooker. Its the only way temps will get high enough to kill botulism (spelling?).

Rule of thumb is 90 minutes once the pressure cooker sets for meat in quart jars.

Ive pulled it off the shelf a couple years later and ate it. Good stuff, and no problems yet.

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