CHEF'S TOOLS: Canning & Preserving

Canning jars are all basically the same: glass jar + flat metal lid w/ seal + metal screw-on ring. ***This is the only style of canning jar recommended as safe & reliable by the USDA.***


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CHEF'S TOOLS: Canning & Preserving

CHEF'S TOOLS: Canning & Preserving

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From Laura Calder, a simple method of canning whole tomatoes.

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Canning for a New Generation: Bold, Fresh Flavors for the Modern Pantry (by Liana Krissoff)

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Fagor's home canning kit. Several companies sell similar kits.

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Ball jars with 2-piece lids. The quilted sides & decorative top make these great for gifts.

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Leifheit jars with 2-piece lids. (made in Germany)

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Quattro Stagioni jars with 2-piece lids. (made in Italy by Bormioli Rocco)

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These Le Parfait terrines from France have a rubber gasket and wire bail closure. Replacement gaskets available. NOTE: This style is NOT recommended as safe & reliable for canning by the USDA. These are better for dry storage (nuts, spices, etc).

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Weck jars (made in Germany) have glass lids, rubber gaskets, and a metal clamps. Replacement gaskets and extra clamps available. NOTE: This style is NOT recommended as safe & reliable for canning by the USDA. These are better for dry storage (nuts, spices, etc).

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