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- n. Someone or something which cans.
- n. A large pot used for processing jars when preserving food, either in a boiling water bath or by capturing steam to elevate the pressure and temperature.
- n. Someone who lives off container deposit refunds from recycling.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who cans fish, meat, fruit, or other things for preservation.
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Dissolving salt: Finely ground salt such as canner's salt or table salt dissolves much taster than coarsely ground salt (rock salt).
They aren't responsible for the 30 year old mare that I am giving palliative care to (because I can't sell her to a 'canner').
I mentioned several weeks ago that I had bought a pressure canner and was putting up meats to use at the ranch, where I have no refrigeration.
From a practical standpoint, it is probably my water-bath canner.
I make about 8 half pints at a time and can my jam in a water bath canner.
I'm curious if after you get the jam in the jar, do you need to use a pressure canner?
Jesse smiled happily, watching Joe, clanged the canner and the buckets and pots back for more water, more fire.
NASA has become a obsolets spam canner organization whose only purpose is to re live its past glories.
Luckily, my fall was arrested by the gentle cushioning my head felt when it impacted the drying sausages hanging against the wall, but my hand landed quite sharply into the gauge of the 18 qt pressure canner.
Last week we bought a large pressure canner (Presto brand from amazon. com) and I have been busy ever since putting up meats: chicken breasts, carne molida, guisada.
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