One of the things I’ve really come to understand in my years of teaching people how to can is that there are nearly as many learning styles out there as there are people. Everyone receives and integrates information in different ways. And so, for some of you the tutorials and recipes I offer on this site is enough. But I am quite certain that there’s a large population of you who would like their information presented differently.
For you, might I suggest an online class with Jenny, The Domestic Wildflower! She has put together a robust series of online courses designed to help you learn to can and then take those skills to the next level. For beginners, the Start Canning workshop is perfect. For those of you looking to expand your skills, check out her Steam Canning class. And anyone looking to get ready for tomato season should check out her Canning Tomatoes bundle.
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I have a question about canning recipes that are found on the internet. Most of these are creations from home cooks. How am I to know they are consumer safe, with the correct PH to prevent botulism?
I’ve written a little about this topic. You can find some of my thoughts here: https://foodinjars.com/2010/12/canning-101-how-to-can-creatively-and-still-be-safe/
Just a note to say that you are remarkable. I know you know that already, but that first sentence – about the kajillion different ways that people learn? That’s something that some teachers never figure out, and that some others of us spend most of our careers wrestling with. thank you so much.
Thanks Lisa! That’s very kind of you to say!