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How To Test Home Canned Jars For Proper Sealing and Spoilage

How To Test Home Canned Jars For Proper Sealing and Spoilage

How To Test Home Canned Jars For Proper Sealing and Spoilage

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Home canning is an excellent way to preserve garden produce and share it with family and friends, but it can be risky or even deadly if not done correctly and safely. Gardeners are harvesting there delicious produce they’ve been growing this year. Home canning is a great way to preserve your garden goodies. But on thing to beware of is if you do it wrong, the vegetables you worked so hard for could become contaminated by a germ that causes botulism.

There are a few simple ways to test if you canned goods have sealed properly, Most two-piece lids will seal with a “pop” sound while they’re cooling, as the lid gets sucked down by the vacuum created by the contents cooling and contracting inside the jar but if you are not sure just do these few steps to see how to check Home Canned Jars For Proper Sealing and Spoilage. click the link below to see how to test your canned food today.

How To Test Home Canned Jars For Proper Sealing and Spoilage

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