Tuesday, May 10, 2011

More about Retort Canning and Vacuum Sealers

More tips on retort canning.  Side seams and expansion can be an
issue this video will help to better explain that process.

Retort Canning of has NO Scientific data from the FDA or USDA for home canners.  The concerns come from non acid foods such as meats!  We are expressing our experiences, but by no way are these experiences authorized data. Can at your own risk!  
As they say, "Re-Heat before you Eat" on any home canned product in glass, cans or retort for best safety practices.  
All home canning is AT YOUR OWN RISK! 


Wandering Priest said...

I’ve been weighing the decision to purchase a vacuum packer for some time now. I’ve been comparing units, companies, styles, the works. I finally decided to go with VacUpack, and I’m so glad I did! In the six months or so that I’ve owned the unit, I’m SURE it’s paid for itself just in the way it lets me save so much food from going to waste! Nevermind the amount of money I’ve saved in not having to go out for meals since I can prepare such AMAZING meals quickly using our VacUpack! Just seal up a steak (any cut) and toss it in some boiling water, and before you it you have a flavorful, tenderized steak like you should only be able to get from a steakhouse. If you are on the fence, get off of it and buy one of these. It’ll pay for itself before you know it!

-Mark M

Cindy said...

We have a Vacupack Elite and love it. Seals everything super tight, even when the bag is wet. Agree Vacupack brand is the way to go.

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Victor said...

I love your videos. I like the way you explain things so that it's clear for every newb of us. Thank you for that!

gUnit said...

I am a 20 years old male so I'm not that good in a kitchen. But your advice on retort canning seems quite helpful, thx.