Canning Directions and Recipes for Specific Foods
- Fruits (includes canned pie fillings)
- Tomatoes and Tomato Products (includes Salsa)
- Vegetables (includes soups)
- Meat, Poultry and Seafood.
- Jams and Jellies.
- Pickles and Fermented Products.
Consequently, what fruits can be canned?
Most fruits and berries are relatively high in acidity, so they're good candidates for canning. Decide among them based on texture and sturdiness. Large fruits such as apples, pears, peaches, plums and nectarines all can well. So do sturdy berries, such as strawberries and blueberries.
Secondly, how do you can at home without a canner?
- Prepare your food for canning as indicated by a recipe.
- Sterilize jars, lids and rings by boiling in water for 10 minutes.
- Fill the jars with hot food and seal them with a lid and a ring.
- Fill a pot half full of water and heat to 180 degrees.
Can you pickle frozen vegetables?
Place your frozen vegetables in a heat-safe jar—there's no need to thaw. Make a brine—I like this one—and heat it in a sauce pan until the salt and sugar dissolves, then pour it over your vegetables. Let it sit until it's cool to the touch, then chill in the fridge overnight.
Is canned fruit cooked?
No. In the process of canning , the food is always cooked. You can have freeze-dried or frozen fresh fruits, but not canned. Canning is a heat-intensive process.