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Home Canning Recipes And Instructions | by Butler Mfg. Co



This book of recipes and instructions was compiled especially for Butler Mfg. Co. It embodies the methods of canning which are used and thoroughly approved by Home Economic Departments of Colleges and Universities. Government and experimental bulletins have been canvassed and an accurate compilation has been made. This is a valuable booklet for anyone.

TitleHome Canning Recipes And Instructions
AuthorButler Mfg. Co
PublisherButler Mfg. Co
Year1917
Copyright1917, Butler Mfg. Co
AmazonBall Complete Book of Home Preserving
Home Canning Recipes And Instructions
-Directions for Operating Butler Canning Outfits
This book of recipes and instructions was compiled especially for Butler Mfg. Co. It embodies the methods of canning which are used and thoroughly approved by Home Economic Departments of Colleges and...
-Introductory Remarks About Canning
Waste no food; save and conserve is the national slogan of today. The 50 per cent of the garden and orchard products which is allowed to go to waste must be conserved before we can say that we are l...
-Why Foods Spoil When Canning
This is very important, don't fail to read it thoroughly. If everyone understood thoroughly why foods spoil, they would also understand the reason for the different methods of canning, which in itsel...
-The Two Ways Of Canning
This process of killing the bacteria and spores of vegetables and meats may be very successfully accomplished in the BUTLER HOME CANNER in two ways: Intermittent Heating Process 1. By intermittent...
-Some Canning Definitions Explained
Scalding This term refers to a process of dipping a fruit or vegetable in boiling water only long enough to remove the skin without loss of pulp. Blanching To blanch is to quickly boil the fruit ...
-General Directions for Canning
Sterilizing Wash the jars in real hot water, but they need not be sterilized by boiling them in water; the cooking process later sterilizes the jars as well as the contents. Use only good jars and ...
-Loading The Canning Cooker
As the jars are made ready, set them on the racks of the BUTLER HOME CANNER and then lower into place. If hot syrup or brine has been used the jars will be hot enough to be put down into hot water wit...
-The Canning Processing
If using the intermittent process, remove the racks of cans after each successive boiling. If allowed to remain in the cooker they will hold heat so long that the contents will be overcooked and disco...
-Recipes and Directions For Canning Vegetables
If the vegetables are canned as they come onto the market or as they mature in the home garden, a canning outfit can be kept busy most of the summer. A few jars of each vegetable in the fruit closet w...
-Recipes and Directions For Canning Vegetables. Continued
Canning Peas Peas inequal degrees of maturity and size should be packed together. Commercial canneries sift the peas in order to have the contents of each can uniform in size. Peas and corn require ...
-Time Table for Sterilization of Vegetables Put up With Butler Home Canning Outfits
Count time after water begins to boil violently. Name Preliminary preparation before canning; that is, scalding, blanching, etc. 3-day intermitent process. Time required each day. 1-day or singl...
-Recipes and Directions For Canning Fruits
There can be no definite rule for the amount of sugar which is to be used with the different fruits. The amount of sugar de pends altogether on the use to which the fruit is to be put, the price of su...
-Time Table for Sterilization of Fruits Put up With the Butler Home Canning Outfit
Count time after water begins to boil violently. Name Preliminary preparation before canning. Time Apples Blanch 1 to 4 min.; dip; pack. 20 min. Apricots Blanch 1 to 3 min.; dip; pack. ...
-Directions for Canning Meats
Canning Meat The canning of meat for interstate commerce is under government supervision, but any surplus meat at butchering time on the farm may very well be canned up for home use. This does away ...









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