Pot Roast In A Jar – Canning Roast Beef – Eco Snippets

Pot Roast In A Jar – Canning Roast Beef


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“I found a nice pot roast on sale at the grocery store recently… it was a big one, bigger than DH and I could eat for one meal. I usually would cook it anyway and we would eat leftovers for a few days. This time I decided to can it.

Now, I have several jars with portions just the right size for two and now when we want pot roast we can pop open a jar and heat and eat.

Here’s what I did…

I sterilized my canning jars by boiling them upside down in a pan set on two stove eyes. I placed a dish towel in the bottom to keep the jars from tipping over, added two or three inches of water, and boiled them for 15 or 20 minutes…”

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I just made some last week and it turned out great!

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Didn’t know you could do this- what about spoilage?

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ABSOLUTELY AN UNSAFE RECIPE!!!DO NOT DO THIS. ,Go to NCHFP.com f poo r safe guidelines on canning meat or check Ball Blue Book.

ECOSNIPPETS, please pull this post.

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If you want to be Eco, pass on the beef altogether.

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Going to upset the vegan keyboard warriors. ????????????

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Beef is one of the main causes of the planets destruction!

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    Plastics, detergents, mineral processing, and about a zillion other things that humans work with, recreate with….. unless you walk with hand made hemp robe, and have no other worldly possessions, well, each point you make becomes somewhat mute eh….

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    Meat is responsible for 18% of carbon , the same as the entire petrochemical industry!

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Venison is awesome that way…put a beef bullion cube in with it…comes out so tender…..save a plant eat an animal

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Has the safety of a large chunk of meat like that been checked out. It seems it would be very hard to reach the proper temperature though out such a large piece. Get some info from The National home food preservation site, University of Georgia.

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