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Canned Soup in a Jar

Canning Leftover SoupThis is a page about canning your leftover soup. It is very important to properly can soup to avoid getting sick. A water bath is not sufficient for killing all of the bacteria that might be present. The safest way to can soups is with a pressure cooker.


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Canning Soup Containing Cabbage?This is a page about canning soup containing cabbage. Certain vegetables can well, while others do not.


Canning Homemade Soup

Canning Homemade SoupThis is a page about canning homemade soup. Canning your favorite homemade soups is a great alternative to buying commercial varieties.


Cream soup in a jar

Canning Soups That Contain Milk?This is a page about canning soups that contain milk. Many home canners, especially new ones to this preservation method, ask if it is doable and safe to can soups containing milk.


Canning Potatoes

Canning Potatoes?This is a page about canning potatoes. Before freezing was an option, canning was the common way to store garden produce.


Mason jar of canned soup

Why Did the Lids Pop on My Canned Soup?This is a page about, "Why did the lids pop on my canned soup?". Depending on where you are in the canning process popping lids can mean different things.


A large pot of chili, ready for canning.

Canning Chili?This is a page about canning chili. Chili is an excellent meal to make a large portion of. Preserve the spicy goodness of your chili to enjoy and share later by canning it.


Ham and Bean Soup

Canning Ham and Bean Soup?This is a page about canning ham and bean soup. When making homemade soup it is often easy to make extra for canning.


Beef Stew

Canning Beef Stew?This is a page about canning beef stew. Save some of that large batch of beef stew by canning it for later use.



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Canning Chicken Rice Soup Safely?I didn't realize chicken/rice soup had to be canned in a pressure canner instead of a bath canner. Can I freeze the soup if I have already canned it in a bath canner? Or can I now can it in a pressure canner?


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Soup Base Recipes For Home Canning?Where can I find a good soup base for home canning? I want to can soups for my mom for the holidays. I know that you cannot can dairy products, so I am looking for a good base for broccoli cheddar soup and potato cheese soup.


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Canning Non-Tomato Based Soup?Every time I can a non-tomato based soup, after a few weeks, the soup turns very acidic and is not edible and I have to throw it out. What am I doing wrong?


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Stew and Soup Canning Recipes?Does anyone have anyone have any canning recipes or site(s) that have canning recipes on them? When I do a search it's just too much to look through. I am specifically looking for stew and soup recipes.



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Canning Stew in the Oven?My mother and I recently canned a vegetable stew. She swears by the oven canning method and so we did that. My question is, why is this method not recommended even with everything being consistently hot? I would imagine everything would be killed off.


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Canning Soups Without a Pressure Canner?What kind of soup using tomatoes can be canned "without" using a pressure canner?


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Making Homemade Vegetable Soup?Can you use mixed canned vegetables in pressure canning homemade vegetable soup?


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Pressure Canning Homemade Soup?How long and at what pressure should I can quarts of homemade tomato soup?


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Storing Homemade Soup?I'm single and made a large pot of soup. I wanted to save some. I put the hot soup in a jar with a tight lid. It cooled and the lid popped in good seal. How long can I keep in refrigerator or not and be safe?


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Canning Soup?Whenever I put my hot soup in a mason jar and use a new lid, it seals when it cools. Is this process OK and safe?


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