This is all about my YouTube channel. Which is a do it yourself,cooking canning,gardening channel. And now I am thankfully involved with a wonderful company called Wildtree.I hope you go visit my Wildtree website http://www.mywildtree.com/LindasPantry/
I also use and sell The All American Sun ovens which are such a great investment to save you money on your power bill.
Why stop at canning fruit? Carnivores can stock up for winter, too! Learn how to dry can ground beef using a pressure canner in this lesson from Linda's Pantry. Get all the instructions for this canning recipe, including how to prepare your cans, get the meat into the jars, determine the right amount of pressure for your canner, and allow your canned ground beef to cool.
Canning meats is easy. Easier, in fact, than most fruits and many vegetables. In this lesson, you'll learn how to pressure can elk meat, which is lower in fat and cholesterol and higher in protein than beef, chicken or pork. The prep work is simple, and if you hunt and butcher your own elk, it's cheap, free range and organic! All you need is some Mason jars, lids, bands, a pressure cooker, tongs, salt, vinegar and water. Be sure to refer to the Ball Canning Guide for details.