If you want to ensure safe food preservation in your kitchen, this is an episode you don’t want to miss. On this week’s episode of the Perfectly Preserved Podcast, we are talking about major and minor common canning mistakes that every canner should be aware of.
We’ll dive into the major canning mistakes that can have dangerous consequences, such as making up your own canning recipe and adding extra starch or thickener to a recipe. We’ll explain why these mistakes can lead to undercooking and the growth of harmful bacteria. We’ll also cover the minor canning mistakes that you should be aware of, including using reusing canning lids and allowing jars to cool too slowly.
Avoid putting your health, time, and delicious food on the line by following recommended canning practices!
Our source for this episode is this article by Kathleen Riggs, a family and consumer sciences professor at Utah State University.
Thanks for listening! Find the links and resources mentioned in today’s episode in the show notes below. Send your food preservation questions to email@example.com