Safe Preserving: What does ‘use a tested recipe’ mean when steam canning?

The University of Wisconsin recently issued recommendations for safely using an atmospheric steam canner for home canning of naturally acid or acidified foods.  One of the questions that has been asked (repeatedly) based on these recommendations is: “What does it mean to use a ‘tested recipe’ when canning with an atmospheric steam canner?” Research conducted […]

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Safe Preserving: Using an Atmospheric Steam Canner

The University of Wisconsin has (finally!) published research which indicates that an Atmospheric Steam Canner may be safely used for canning naturally acid foods such as peaches, pears, and apples, or acidified-foods such as salsa or pickles, as long as all of the following criteria are met: Foods must be high in acid, with a […]

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