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    madihaghafoor is offline Assistant Cook
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    canning and preserving is very old way of saving food, and with help of this now a days we can save our food from being wasted.

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    I have found some great canning modalities on this site: smart-cooking-tips.info Check them out! I hope I was of help.

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    Canning is an important, safe method for preserving food if practiced properly. The canning process involves placing foods in jars or similar containers and heating them to a temperature that destroys micro-organisms that cause food to spoil. During this heating process air is driven out of the jar and as it cools a vacuum seal is formed. This vacuum seal prevents air from getting back into the product bringing with it contaminating micro-organisms.

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    It's important to remember that the heating process can overcook some foods, therefore some things aren't the best choice for canning.

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    I am preserving food by freezing it.I think this is a old way of preserving food.But i have not any more idea to preserve food.

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    Canning is a best way to preserve the things because some things are not be preserve in the freezer.The things which are preserve in canning be saved for long time.

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    JoyceKaa is offline Assistant Cook
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    Canning for me is getting the quality of product I want along with how I want it. I can green mint pears and cinnamon red pears. Place one half cut red or green pear on a pile of small curd cottage cheese at Christmas time. Put half marachino cherry at the bottom of a green or plain pear half or add a green gum drop to the bottom of a red pear. You can add more, but they look like Christmas bells. No preservatives or pesticides from our pear tree.

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