Pressure Canning Potatoes

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You know when you grow potatoes and they do very well, you can usually get more potatoes than you can eat. A root cellar is a great solution to this good problem. However, if you do not have access to a root cellar, then canning your potatoes is probably your next best solution. This will allow you to enjoy those potatoes for months, without worrying about them going bad.

Pressure Canning Potatoes
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Here’s What You Need:

  • potatoes
  • knife
  • potato peeler
  • small saucepan
  • canning jars & lids
  • pressure canner
  • canning salt
  • rings for the canning jars
  • funnel
  • ladle
  • canning jar tongs
  • magnetic lid lifter
  • clean cloth

The process itself is pretty simple, especially if you have used a pressure canner before. After you have peeled and chopped your potatoes to can-able chunks, just follow the canning instructions that came with your pressure canner.

The whole process should take about 40 minutes, after which you let the jars cool and check the rings to ensure they are properly sealed. Store away in your pantry where it is cool and dark until your are ready to enjoy your potatoes.

You can follow step by step instructions on the Moo Said The Mama blog, here…

How To Can Potatoes In Your Kitchen


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