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Offline Donald Brasco

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Re: Thank you to everyone here
« Reply #20 on: March 14, 2019, 07:11 AM »
This “pressure canning” is interesting, as I had not realised that you could do this at home.  What would be the shelf life of a finished curry which was pressure canned this way?

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Re: Thank you to everyone here
« Reply #21 on: March 14, 2019, 12:24 PM »
This “pressure canning” is interesting, as I had not realised that you could do this at home.  What would be the shelf life of a finished curry which was pressure canned this way?

provided you follow all the recommended guidelines, pressure canned food in glass mason jars is shelf stable in just the same way as commercially produced canned food in metal cans - theoretically decades, although the nutritional quality will slowly degrade over time. The nutritional decline is common to all shelf stable goods, it's just generally not something anyone will encounter unless you suddenly discover a cache of pre-WW2 canned foods  :D


 


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