I've been working the past 3 days on my Rabbits.
Yes I'm a slow worker
Here I have11 qts of rabbit meat and 10 qts of broth.
The rest of the broth is in the cooker and will be out soon.
Only had 2 jars not seal...wounder what I be eating for supper ?
rent that is sooooo sweet. !
we have rabbits but for our kids 4 h LOL
sure would love to get some meat rabbits soon.
i got a professional sink like the ones you see in restaurants with three sinks together, the other day and am waiting to hook it up and use if . got a sweet deal on it.
i sure miss rabbit meat's
My family used to raise rabbits. Mom canned but she only water bath canned. It was a long time ago - it didn't occur to them to can the rabbits.
I can venison and meat I get on sale. I actually don't can vegatables yet. I don't see the point in canning my fresh tomatoes, I just have a small backyard garden. If I get enough, I may can southern peas.
Canning meat is so easy I'm surprized more folks don't do it.
My wife now wants food caned in pints jars rather than Qts. Only the two of us at home now.
This month I canned 21 pints of green beans and 14 pints of kernels corn. No pictures.
Oh we have been eating the beans and corn fresh most every day but when I have an excess it go's into jars. I also do some drying, I'm freezing Okra most every day, love that veg.
i never thought of drying okra ? i grew it last year and loved it . but we had such a cool summer it didn't produce as much . Might have been a good thing LOL
been drying like crazy here all my tomato's
doing some jerky this week. just grocery store.
some hens we have are heading to the soup pot or the jerky maker
No, taynors, I don't dry Okra. When I get enough in the freezer I pickle the small ones and cut the others for frying and other uses.
I dry tomatoes, can put 5 lbs of fresh tomatoes in a pint jar after they are dried.
I do jerky now and then, mostly with hamburger, must try some rabbits.
margocstn, my mom canned in a water bath also, don't know how long she processed the chicken, In a pressure canner I go for 90 min at 10 lbs (about a beer and a half).
We have a glass top stove in the house (can't use large pots on it) so I do my canning in the garage and under the car port with a propane two burner cook top.