Review By Camper / 5 months ago — Camping Stove
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Hey Jaime, booger_weeds from Instagram here. I know you guys are super busy, but I have a couple of questions regarding this topic, as I have several hogs that need to be butchered very soon and limited freezer space, and it's cold out. 1: Have you had any issues with moving jars inside to cool without breaking in colder temps? Do they knock around when carrying them inside? 2: The quick heating on the camp stove. Any issues with warping? 3: Any problems with flames going out it wind? We live on a hill with pretty constant breezes and we have 3 sided shed, but I don't know if that is a good idea to work inside it. I've not canned before (multiple issues prevented me from canning before like proper equipment, glass top belonging to someone else who wasn't ok with me canning on it, and older canner needing replacement parts) and am super nervous. Any tips would be so appreciated! Thank you in advance!
I didn't even know this was a thing. I've been doing all my canning on my glass stove for years
USDA is about canning and "preservation." Dry beans don't need to be canned to be preserved. They can last longer than a decade as is.
Guildbrook farm, Can you explain and demonstrate dry canning instead of using mylar bags.
There is an air adjustment to prevent the orange flame, orange flame typically indicates incomplete burning of the gas. This often leaves black residue on the canner.
I came back to this video Jaime, because I'm ready to buy the Camp Chef unit and wanted to verify the brand name. Great video, using the same American pressure canner that I have. We reached high temperatures last Monday in the north east. Canning outside sure sounds good! Plus I can use my cast iron griddle on it :-)Thank you for making this video> Hoping all is going well at your new homestead. Diane at Hersey Farm.
Does this recipe work with any bean?
I'm lucky enough to have gas as my stove fuel, so it's never been an issue. My next adventure will be trying to see if I am able to can on a wood stove.
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