ID

FST-427NP

Authors as Published

Authored by Susan Prillaman, Extension Agent, Bedford County, Virginia Cooperative Extension; H. Lester Schonberger, Senior Research Associate, Department of Food Science and Technology, Virginia Tech; Melissa Chase, Consumer Food Safety Program Manager, Department of Food Science and Technology, Virginia Tech; and, Renee Boyer, Professor and Extension Specialist, Department of Food Science and Technology, Virginia Tech

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In September 2015, steam canners were approved for use when canning high acid foods in the home kitchen. This publication will provide details on how to safely preserve high-acid foods using a steam canner.


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Publication Date

May 10, 2022