Canning and Botulism

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Join the The Prepper’s Wife as she shares her concerns on canning and botulism.

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25 Responses to Canning and Botulism

  1. Good info thank you.

    minbound
    January 10, 2014 at 3:50 am
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  2. @QueensCabinet – No, I’d never heard of it. We’re quite sheltered here in a
    small town in OK. But will check into it. Thanks for sharing.

    theprepperswife
    January 10, 2014 at 4:25 am
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  3. Thanks for the update, Thanks for what you do for the prepping community.
    Keep up the great work;)

    keith madison
    January 10, 2014 at 5:18 am
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  4. Thanks for the information. I was considering canning butter, but hadn’t
    gotten to it yet. I’m looking forward to your video. thanks for the up date
    on the milk too. It would be nice to have smaller portions of liquid milk
    available.

    brendahere
    January 10, 2014 at 5:53 am
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  5. Katzcradle and BexarPrepper are both channels I enjoy watching as well…
    thanks for your encouraging words and support. Glad you liked the video.

    theprepperswife
    January 10, 2014 at 5:58 am
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  6. I loved the way you presented your video – well done! I was just watching
    the video Katzcradul did regarding botulism and the mystique surrounding it
    in home canned goods (as well as store bought – specifically fruits and
    other low acid foods) and between the two of you (oh wait – three because I
    can’t forget BexarPrepper!) I just feel so much more confident about
    continuing on with my canning (I am well past jam at this point) Thank you
    so much for sharing! – Ruby

    Ruby Tuesday
    January 10, 2014 at 6:33 am
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  7. I live in the Houston area; don’t you find your garage is too hot to store
    your food? I have a huge garage but I’ve been reluctant to put anything but
    whole grain buckets in the hot garage.

    John K
    January 10, 2014 at 7:21 am
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  8. Another great video – so helpful! I especially love all the tips about what
    signs to look for in the canned jars to know if they are unsafe to use. I
    am wondering, though, like another commenter, how you are able to store
    your cans in the garage when the temps get so high in the warmer months.
    Aren’t you supposed to keep canned goods at 75 or below, and are you at all
    concerned about that? Keep making the great videos! ~Karen :)

    Karen Schouest
    January 10, 2014 at 8:01 am
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  9. Glad to see yoou back. Thanks for clarifying all of that.

    goosearrow
    January 10, 2014 at 8:10 am
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  10. Very nice, thank you!

    rage340
    January 10, 2014 at 9:09 am
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  11. I drink a smoothie or protein shake most mornings and milky coffee every
    morning, in fact, I put two big spoonfuls of instant in my cappuccino
    smoothies… so, running out of milk or having the milk go bad is
    devastating! Canning milk would be so perfect! Also, great for portion
    control. At 5’2″ I can not afford to shrink and I need my daily calcium!
    :-) My husband is allergic to dairy, I might just try canning some soy milk
    for him!

    Christine Gasser
    January 10, 2014 at 9:36 am
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  12. Another great video from a pretty lady as always! The “prepper” is a lucky
    guy! 😉

    thecman26
    January 10, 2014 at 10:26 am
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  13. Hi i love the vids and thank you so much for making them! I have a question
    for you….What kind of shelf life does the canned milk have?

    Cheeky Saver
    January 10, 2014 at 11:23 am
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  14. Thanks for taking the time to help us all.

    cernunnos5
    January 10, 2014 at 12:01 pm
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  15. So glad to see you back on YouTube! These were some of my concerns too,
    especially with canning butter. I saw Katzcradul’s method as well and
    thought- well duh! That’s how I should be doing this! Keep up the great
    work!

    ThePreparedMom
    January 10, 2014 at 12:24 pm
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  16. Good to see you back!!! Your videos are GREAT and WELL RESEARCHED before
    WELL TAUGHT!!

    kastnmagic
    January 10, 2014 at 12:59 pm
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  17. theprepperswife… videos are great but it seems everyone uses pints and
    quarts, I have bought some half gallon jars but the only thing I see to use
    them for is juices?? What I intended to do was put chili and veg. soup in
    them and pressure can it!! Any suggestions on the pounds and pressure
    cooking of these?? All souces say they have no testing on these for the 240
    temp. in the center to kill all the bad stuff!!

    grannyspantry1234
    January 10, 2014 at 1:05 pm
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  18. And just ‘cuz one jar or one batch processed successfully, don’t relax your
    vigilance for the next batch or the next jar. Canning can be dangerous
    EVERY TIME, so you have to be smarter than it is every time. This means
    being aware with the boiling water you heat your lids in to the paper towel
    you wipe your jar rims with. Remain aware of your actions throughout the
    ENTIRE PROCESS. Thanks for the heads up.

    AnnBearForFreedom
    January 10, 2014 at 1:26 pm
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  19. as you your more likely to get botulism from veg than milk to be honest but
    if you pressure canning at temps over 250 degrees or more you pretty safe
    as you killed the spores at that temp

    Steven Peters
    January 10, 2014 at 1:40 pm
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  20. I am getting a goat for milking, they said it gives 1-3 quarts of milk per
    day (that sounds like a lot of work for a little goat, lol) so i want to
    can goat milk now, lol

    bobby wasabi
    January 10, 2014 at 2:36 pm
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  21. Thanks for the info

    sonnysand
    January 10, 2014 at 3:33 pm
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  22. Our Goat kidded back in May..and i am now getting over a have US gallon of
    milk a day..I triple strain it..then heat it then refridgerate it..At the
    end of each day I pour yesterdays milk in jugs..I am going to soon make
    cheese..but while the milk is coming in..I would like to can some for when
    we dry her off for breeding….I have read..10 pounds pressure for 25 mints
    for pints..but it did not say how long they last on the shelf?? Great
    Video! Thanks!

    OurHalfAcreHomestead
    January 10, 2014 at 4:20 pm
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  23. Isn’t it funny how we have so much concern over our own canned foods, but
    don’t think twice about factory canned foods. Great information! Thank you.

    TheDenisedrake
    January 10, 2014 at 5:04 pm
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  24. Thanks for all your tips. Sure miss seeing your videos. It’s good to see
    another mother prepping, all the other videos are men. You and your husband
    have sure helped our family. Keep up the good work.

    Dna5watt
    January 10, 2014 at 5:52 pm
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  25. @katzcradul katz what video are you talking about? would like to see it

    rage340
    January 10, 2014 at 6:36 pm
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