Pressure Canning Potatoes

Source:Guildbrook Farm | Simple Sustainable Living
February 8, 2017

Jaime takes you along on a step-by-step canning tutorial for beginners on pressure canning potatoes using an All American 921 Pressure Canner. She shows you how she stores potatoes, how to can them, and how she uses canned potatoes in recipes.

National Center for Home Food Preservation:

All American 921 Pressure Canner on Amazon:

Milliard Non-GMO Citric Acid on Amazon:

Non-Iodized Canning Salt on Amazon:

Chef’n PalmPeeler on Amazon:

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5 thoughts on “Pressure Canning Potatoes”

    1. We here have canned different foods, and they taste just fine. Its really about whether the food was canned correctly or not. The nice thing is that the food’s already cooked, so it doesn’t take a lot of prepparing after you’ve canned it. We haven’t had any issue with any of our cans though.


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