Boiling Water Canners - Reprinted with permission from the
University of Georgia. Andress, E. (1999). Preserving Food: Using
Boiling Water Canners. Athens, GA: University of Georgia, Cooperative
Pressure Canners - Reprinted with permission from the University of
Georgia. Andress, E. (1999). Preserving Food: Using Pressure Canners.
Athens, GA: University of Georgia, Cooperative Extension Service.
about Canning - Many topics related to canning, developed by the
North Dakota State University Extension Service.
Food Safely - A brochure developed by Patricia Redlinger, Extension
Food Science Specialist and Diane Nelson, Extension Communication
Specialist, with Iowa State University.
Written by individuals with the University of Minnesota Extension Service.
and freezing tomatoes -
Stocking a cupboard or freezer with home-preserved tomatoes can be a satisfying
experience, if you have the time and necessary equipment. Improperly canned
tomatoes have caused some cases of food poisoning, so preserve it right. Canning and
freezing tomatoes. Issued in furtherance of Cooperative, Cooperative
Extension Service, Iowa State University of Science. and Technology, Ames, Iowa.
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