Canning dry goods

Learn how to preserve and store dry goods with these creative canning ideas. Start canning your favorite dry goods and enjoy their freshness for longer.
Oven Canning Dry Beans | Black beans, brown lentils, oats, red lentils Gardening, Food Storage, Canning Recipes, Freeze, Canning Tips, Canning Jars, Canning Fruit, Canning Beans, Canning

When you buy dry stores in bulk (oats, lentils, barley, beans), you are sometimes left with storage problems: creepy-crawlies in your oats...or no room in your freezer. Black beans, brown lentils, oats, red lentils I read an article a while back in Countryside Magazine (Sept/Oct 2011?) that described dry canning - and I couldn't believe how easy it was! Basically, this is what I do: Preheat the oven to 200 degrees F. Take clean, dry quart or half-gallon canning jars and fill them with…

Wanda Stiver
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By Stephanie Dayle - I originally wrote this article for the The American Preppers Network and have now brought it over to my own site with updated information. The easiest, cheapest and fastest way to dry can food is to use oxygen absorbers. This technique is nearly fool-proof, and requires no electricity, fancy equipment, and it does not expose your dry food to heat. The true beauty to this technique is that you can break the seal on a jar, use some of the contents, close it up with the…

Lorena Simpson