6 Easy and Simple Steps for Preserving Food in Mason Jars - Home Gear Kit (2022)

Food preservation is an art and with Mason jars, it finds the best of canvases. If you’re off with a long term canning mission, we’re hereby about to get your methodical arsenal ready.

We talked in detail in another article about what is a mason jar, how to find the best, and what arethe best mason jars. Now let’s learn how to preserve food in mason jars and the different ways to do this job.

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Here’s how to preserve vegetables in mason jars. The same set of 6 easy and simple steps are equally nourishable and cherishable for fruits, jams, etc. for a pretty long time.

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Step 1: Sterilize Your Mason Jars

At first, keep the empty jars right-side-up in the large pot. You can use this same pot for the boiling water bath when you fill the jars with jams, fruits, tomatoes, or pickled vegetables to preserve.

Then pour hot (but not boiling) water and cover the jars completely—make sure that the water is one inch above the top of the jars. Then increase heat and start boiling gradually.

Cautioner

If you poured boiled water at first, then the Mason jars will most likely shatter into pieces due to thermal shock.

The ideal boiling duration to sterilize Mason jars is 10 minutes. But altitude affects the boiling temperature. The boiling point of water becomes lower at higher altitudes.

So, if you live at a higher altitude, you have to adjust the time of sterilization – you should add one additional minute of boiling time for each 1,000-ft—increase in elevation.

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For example, you have to boil the Mason jars for 10 minutes at Sea level to 1,000 feet; for 11 minutes at 1,000 to 2,000 feet; for 12 minutes at 2,000 to 3,000 feet; for 13 minutes at 3,000 to 4,000 feet; for 14 minutes at 4,000 to 5,000 feet and for 15 minutes at 5,000 to 6,000 feet.

After boiling for a certain period of time, turn off the heat. You can leave them in hot water for up to one hour if you are not ready to begin the canning recipe.

Then using jar lifters or tongs, remove the jars from the pot, drain well, and set aside to make them dry. Do not forget to make sure that the surface on which you are drying the jars is a clean surface.

Cautioner

Do not forget to make sure that the surrounding area is properly cleaned. Otherwise, sterilization will be pointless due to contamination.

Try to proceed to the canning process as soon as possible after finishing the sterilization process. If you wait more than an hour, you’ll have to sterilize the jars again before starting the canning recipe; otherwise, very less time will be needed to go all of your labor in vain.

Step 2: Prepare Your Food Items

The second step is to process your food items for preservation. It is a good practice to can fruits and vegetables immediately after harvesting.

Prepare vegetables and fruits by slicing and dicing. Prepare your jams and preserve using your favorite recipes, and before placing vegetables in the jars, pickle them.

Maintaining the pH level is very necessary to retain good quality for canning tomatoes. Adding citric acid is useful to keep the pH level above 4.6. So you can use lemon juice or any other fruit juice that contains citric acid for this purpose.

In the case of canning fruits, the common problems that you may face are browning the color of the preserved food. As a solution to this problem, you can add ascorbic acid as it prevents browning of fruits and helps to retain good quality for a long time.

You should not use iron, aluminum, and, copper while preparing your fruits and vegetables to can because these metals can deteriorate the quality of the food by causing discoloration.

Step 3: Fill Your Mason Jars

After slicing, dicing and pickling now it is time to fill the jars. There are a few things you must remain conscious about while filling your jars.

Do not fill the Mason jars completely because the organic foodstuff swells during the boiling process. So keeping some free space inside the jar helps to prevent leakage and from making a mess.

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After filling the Mason jars with fruits or vegs, (except canning jams, jellies and, preserves), submerge the produce by pouring liquid and make sure that there is no air bubble inside the jar. Finally, wipe the rims of the jars down with a clean cloth and cap with the plane sealing lids and rims.

Step 4: Process the Mason Jars

Lower the Mason jars filled with stuff carefully into the canning pot. You may have to remove some water from the pot as you put the jars in it.

Once the water begins boiling, start your timer. Now the processing time is not 10 minutes like before. It varies from recipe to recipe. After cooking for a certain period, remove the Mason jars from the water bath immediately using tongs or jar lifters.

Step 5: Cool the Jars

Now place the Mason jars on a clean surface let them cool. You can use wood or a surface that is covered with a clean cloth for this purpose.

You will hear ping sound soon after removing the Mason jars from the pot. From this sound, you can understand that the seal formation is complete. You will also notice that the center of the lids has become concave, which is another symbol of vacuum seal formation.

When the jars become cool to room temperature, remove the bands and test the seals. You can do this test by holding the jar by the edge of the lid and gently lifting it one inch or two off the countertop.

If any jar is not sealed properly then you can store it in the refrigerator and finish as soon as possible. Now remove the rings and wash the jars properly to remove any sticky residue.

Step 6: Labeling and Storing

Label the jars with the contents and the date. You can label by writing on the lid with something sharp or can use a printed paper piece containing necessary information as a label.

Then store these glass jars for preserving food in a cool, dark place until you are ready to enjoy (but do not delay more than one year). A good jar opener can make the way a degree more convenient.

Food preservation in mason jars – how it works

Homemade canning is a growing hobby among people who want to capture the flavors of the season and stretch them for a year. Once you discover the secrets, there is no going back! We have talked about 6 simple steps for preserving food in mason jars, and now it is time to delve right into the science that goes on behind the scenes to understand how and why this method works so well – including some tips for the best results! Please read along to find out the main step during food preservation that can make or break your recipe. It also happens to be the defining stage for successful preservation to help your food last longer on the shelf, taste great when you open the jar, and be safe for consumption without going bad.

The canning magic

In the steps above, “Step 4: Process the Mason Jars” discusses the canning stage. Canning simply refers to a method of food preservation through the use of a hot water bath or high pressure – and this is where the secret lies! Apart from mason jars, you will need a canning kit that includes a canning pot, tongs, a canning rack, a ladle, and a funnel.

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There are 2 main canning methods you can use with your mason jars to preserve food depending on what type of ingredients you have. Both methods generally use high temperature and pressure basics for developing an airtight seal on the jar, which is the most important part in obtaining fresh results. When done right, the lid on your jar will be secured in an airtight seal, preventing air from sneaking in and allowing your canned ingredients to last longer. Here is how you can achieve this.

Water bath canning is ideal for low-temperature food preservation, which is usually required for fruits, jams, jellies, pickles, sauces, and other acidic foods. You will need mason jars that come with self-sealing lids for water bath canning. Once you fill the jars and submerge them in the hot water bath, they need to remain submerged for a certain duration depending on the recipe you are following. Exposure to heat in this way kills harmful bacteria and enzymes from the batch and extends the shelf life of your preserved food. When you remove the now hot mason jars from the canning pot and set them aside to cool down, all of the trapped heat slowly diffuses away. This also allows any remaining air/oxygen to leave jars, and we know that food stays fresher when there is no room for oxidation. With maximum air out of the jars, the self-sealing lid forms an airtight seal, allowing your preserved food quality to last longer. This is the main reason why the process of canning is such a success!

Pressure canning is the second type of canning and is intended for high-temperature results in preserving meat, poultry, seafood, etc. using a proper pressure canner – as opposed to a pressure cooker, which is not the same thing! The pressure canner is designed to heat up the jars and the preserved food in them at much higher temperatures. The overall result is the same in terms of killing bacteria that might ruin your ingredients and creating an airtight seal. The canning recipe you follow will also tell you whether to use a water bath or pressure canning for your chosen ingredients. It is important to use the recommended equipment, especially for pressure canning instead of improvising with a pressure cooker because your choice of equipment will determine the pressure levels. So, a pressure canner is going to deliver a different result compared to a pressure cooker under the same conditions, and you do not want to risk broken jars or spoilt food with incompatible pressure environments!

All of this is what we like to call the pure magic of canning, as it takes care of the most important part of food preservation: keeping the enemy (oxygen) away!

High temperature and long exposure to heat will (1) eliminate micro-organisms and (2) seal your food, both of which help preserve the flavors, freshness, and quality of ingredients for up to a year.

Tips for the best results

Pick the freshest ingredients

When you want to preserve food in mason jars, you are aiming for it to last for a longer time, so starting with fresh ingredients is the best way to go. Your choice of ripe or unripe ingredients can easily make or break the final results. Fresh fruits and vegetables will lend themselves to the quality of preserved food you are aiming for, whereas unripe ingredients can slow down the canning efficiency, shorten the freshness, and ruin the taste sooner. Depending on your recipe, you might have to introduce extra acidity in the form of lemon juice or vinegar to preserve the food as best as possible.

Use a canning rack

If you are purchasing a canning kit, chances are that it will already include a canning rack with other tools to make your job easy. Canning racks are convenient for accommodating 4-5 mason jars at the same time within the canning pot. So, if you want to save time and have a large batch to preserve, make sure to get yourself a compatible canning rack to hold multiple jars in the hot water bath. You can keep a little distance between each jar so that they do not touch each other and get to heat up consistently from all sides.

Do not overfill

Mason jars filled with food touching the rim are the fastest way to ruin your recipe. You should always leave some space from the rim and avoid overfilling the jar so that the ingredients have enough room to swell up and the lid can form an airtight seal. This is particularly important if you want the canned foods to last a year – like when you have festivities planned and mason jar creations scheduled for giving away as gifts. The last thing you need is a ruined batch at the end of the season when all the good yields are over!

Listen to the pop

This tip goes side by side with leaving some space below the rim. Food preservation in mason jars will work best only when an airtight seal is formed. Without it, your canned food will have a much shorter shelf life, and you might need to refrigerate it to make it last longer.

So, always make sure you pay attention during the “Step 5: Cool the Jars” stage. Listen for a popping sound from the cooling mason jars as the main indication of an airtight seal. You can also tell from the concave lid that a seal is formed, especially if it retains its shape and does not pop back up. This is a very simple and effective tip to make sure your hard work pays off, especially if you have prepared a big batch for the whole year.

Look for tell-tale signs

Food that is preserved well in mason jars will last for a year or more depending on how careful you have been. If everything goes as planned from Steps 1-5, then you will need extra care during the storing stage to avoid mistakes that can damage your hard work. You want to store your jars in a cool and dry place just like any processed food requires. This also includes keeping the canned food away from direct sunlight. A stable, cool, and dry environment will keep the stored contents fresher and safer, assuming that the airtight seal is still going strong. You should also look for tell-tale signs such as popped-up lids, rusted lids, mold, oxidation/discolored ingredients, and suspicious odors. A broken seal becomes the breeding ground for bacteria and germs to colonize your homemade recipes, so any sign of rotten food and smell could mean that the seal has loosened up – and it is time to discard the contents!

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Where to find canning recipes

So far, we have discussed the main steps for preserving food in mason jars and the role of the canning process – with some tips for the best results. You have the tools and the methods by now, and all that is missing is a good canning recipe to follow! Without a proper recipe, you will not know the exact ingredients/quantities, the right duration for heating the jars, and precautions for getting everything perfect. Homemade canning and food preservation recipes will give you the complete list of ingredients with their respective quantities, the durations for canning, signs to watch out for, and ordered directions that you can follow in sequence.

This takes away the guesswork from the intricate yet rewarding hobby of preserving foods. You can always look up different websites and watch your favorite cooking shows to get ideas, and here are some of our best sources of inspiration for mason jar canning recipes.

National Center for Home Food Processing and Preservation

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The National Center for Home Food Preservation is the combined collaboration of the Cooperative State Research, Education and Extension Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture (CSREES-USDA), and various industry experts who offer research-based recommendations and tested recipes for home food preservation. The center tackles food safety issues, lab testing updates, and critical literature reviews to ensure the success of all preservation and canning projects. It has a rich archive of canning recipes, pickling ingredients, preserving jams, storing, and other guides to follow. You can easily browse recipes for all kinds of fruits, vegetables, meat, poultry, and other ingredients. The website has a clever “Find Your Altitude” tool to help you set the correct heating times based on your altitude for the best results and jar safety. The recipes display all the ingredients, quantities, yield, procedure steps, prep time, jar size, and other recommendations, which we found very helpful for enthusiasts and experts alike.

Ball Mason Jars

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Food preservation and Ball Mason Jars are like two peas in a pod. You will be hard-pushed to find a good canning recipe without some written or visual reference to the popular brand. It is no surprise that Ball Mason Jars also offers canning/food preservation tips with some of the best recipes on its website. The brand has a range of original, decorative, acacia wood-lid, vintage, and seal-tight mason jars in its catalog – and this is just to name a few! With glass jar aesthetics and pantry-worthy additions to look forward to, we found the brand’s canning recipes to be as delightful as its catalog. You will find recipes for preserving grapefruit, pickles, peppers, jams, tomatoes, and just about anything you want to try out. They include the ingredients, directions, canning times, safety tips, and alternatives you can use to make the recipe work – which is awesome! The Canning and preserving guides link has some quality content for choosing the right jar, adjusting your chosen recipe based on your altitude, watching recipe tutorials, and so on. It also includes video tips like testing the seal, preventing jar breakage, and filling the jar correctly – so any beginner can learn the ropes easily! Ball Mason Jars is definitely the best go-to guide for Food Preservation 101 with all the recipes you can master in no time.

Food Network

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For the final chef’s kiss, here is a shoutout to everybody’s favorite food channel: Food network! If you have a favorite chef whose shows you love to watch, the website will take you to their recipes archive where you can find any food preservation ideas – if applicable. The Pioneer Woman, Ree Drummond, is one of our absolute favorites, and she has a Strawberry Jam recipe you can follow. The channel displays videos, level of difficulty, prep time, yield, ingredients, directions, and safety tips, so it is a very comprehensive experience going through these recipes as a beginner.

These were the 3 recipe sources that we found to be inspiring and resourceful for preserving food in mason jars. It all comes down to your comfort level, so make sure you pick recipes that actually speak to you and help you enjoy the art of homemade canning with success!

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What are the 6 steps required in the canning process? ›

But food begins to spoil quickly after harvesting unless it is preserved.
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  2. First step: Prepare equipment, Preheat the canner. ...
  3. Prepare the jars and lids so they are safe. ...
  4. Prepare the food to be preserved. ...
  5. Pack the food according to directions. ...
  6. Close the jars correctly. ...
  7. Use correct canning method.
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How do you preserve food in a Mason jar? ›

Turn the heat off to let that speak for about 30 minutes once your cherry tomatoes have steep for 30

What are the 7 different ways of food preservation? ›

Among the oldest methods of preservation are drying, refrigeration, and fermentation. Modern methods include canning, pasteurization, freezing, irradiation, and the addition of chemicals.

What is canning short answer? ›

canning, method of preserving food from spoilage by storing it in containers that are hermetically sealed and then sterilized by heat. The process was invented after prolonged research by Nicolas Appert of France in 1809, in response to a call by his government for a means of preserving food for army and navy use.

What is the process of canning food? ›

The canning process involves placing foods in jars and heating them to a temperature that destroys microorganisms that could be a health hazard or cause the food to spoil. Canning also inactivates enzymes that could cause the food to spoil.

What is canning in food preservation PDF? ›

✓ Canning is a method of preserving food by first sealing it in air-tight jars, cans or pouches, and then heating it to a temperature that destroys contaminating microorganisms that can either be of health or spoilage concern because of the danger posed by several spore-forming thermo-resistant microorganisms, such as ...

How do you preserve fruit and vegetables in mason jars? ›

It's so simple to make your berries last longer! How? Basically, you wash your berries (and veggies) really well, then let them DRY entirely, then store them in glass jars in the fridge, versus keeping them in the plastic and prepping them whenever you're ready to eat them.

How do you preserve fruit and vegetables in a jar? ›

When vegetables are raw packed, they are cleaned but not heated. Then, they are simply added to the jar, and the jar is filled with boiling water. Fill the jar with freshly prepared, unheated vegetables, making certain to pack the jar tightly because the vegetables will shrink during the canning process.

How do you preserve fruit in Mason jars? ›

Leave the fruit out to dry on a tea towel or paper towel. Once dry, transfer the fruit to mason jars and seal up those lids. This is the best way to make your fruit last, particularly berries, which tend to be very prone to mold and bacteria buildup.

Why is it important that children like you should learn about food preservation? ›

Engaging with youth in the kitchen can provide you with memorable family time to talk and share and learn. Food preservation is a science allowing kids to explore and understand the science of safe food preservation, so lifetime skills are being learned and experienced in the kitchen.

What are the tools and equipment in drying in food preservation? ›

Drying equipment

Heat source (sun, gas or electric oven, fuel stove) Trays of slatted wood or non-metallic mesh. Cheesecloth. Stainless steel knives for slicing.

Which food items can be preserved at home? ›

Pumpkins, apples, potatoes and cabbages can be preserved whole and raw in a cold cellar. Carrots and beets do best when stored in boxes of moist sand. Ferments like sauerkraut and kimchi store exceptionally well in a cold cellar too, as do garlic and onions.

What is food preservation for Class 4? ›

Food preservation is a process by which edible items such as fruits and vegetables are prevented from getting spoilt. The nutritive value, flavour and colour of the foods preserved remain intact. This is done to increase the life of the food product and enable its storage and supply.

What are the 12 methods of food preservation? ›

Food Materials Preservation: Top 12 Methods
  • Method # 1. Asepsis: ...
  • Method # 2. Pasteurization: ...
  • Method # 3. Sterilization: ...
  • Method # 4. Refrigeration: ...
  • Method # 5. Freezing: ...
  • Method # 6. Chemicals: ...
  • Method # 7. Dehydration: ...
  • Method # 8. Carbonation:

Why do we preserve food Class 4? ›

It is necessary to preserve food materials to ensure food is not wasted, contaminated or spoiled. Drying, canning, refrigeration, and fermentation are some of the methods used to preserve food.

Why do we preserve food Short answer? ›

The primary objective of food preservation is to prevent food spoilage until it can be consumed. Gardens often produce too much food at one time—more than can be eaten before spoilage sets in. Preserving food also offers the opportunity to have a wide variety of foods year-round. It's economic.

What is food preservation class 8? ›

⇒ The process in which food is prevented from the attack of microbes is called food preservation. ⇒ Methods of Food Preservation are: Sun drying. Heating, cooling/deep-freezing (or refrigeration)

How do you preserve fruit? ›

Simply wash the fresh fruit and let it air dry thoroughly before packing it up to freeze. If the fruit has water droplets on it, this could impact the process. Pack the fruit in a freezable storage container or in special freezer bags. Seal tightly and place in freezer.

What are examples of canning? ›

When you cut up cucumbers and make them into pickles that you preserve in a jar to eat throughout the winter, this is an example of canning. When you fire your useless assistant for forgetting to tell you about an important meeting, this is an example of a time when you are canning your assistant.

How do you can mason jar jam? ›

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What is home canned food? ›

Home canning or bottling, also known colloquially as putting up or processing, is the process of preserving foods, in particular, fruits, vegetables, and meats, by packing them into glass jars and then heating the jars to create a vacuum seal and kill the organisms that would create spoilage.

What is used to preserve canned food? ›

3 Processing Food by Canning or Thermal Sterilization. Canning preserves food by heating food in a jar or can (originally “canisters”) and sealing with a vacuum (anaerobic or no oxygen) that occurs when the container cools.

How long do mason jars keep food fresh? ›

Usually, when you wash and cut your produce, their shelf life is limited to a couple of days. But, when I put them in mason jars after prepping them, they last a week to a week and a half. Because mason jars are air tight, they keep the produce from spoiling as quickly.

How do you store grapes in a mason jar? ›

Remove any soft of mushy grapes. Step 3: Rinse grapes well to remove any excess vinegar. Step 4: Spread out grapes on a clean towel to air dry. Step 5: Once mostly dry, place in an airtight container (I prefer glass jars) and store in the fridge.

How do you use preserving jars? ›

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Is it safe to store food in mason jars? ›

Mason jars are a great way to preserve foods for up to a year. There's a multitude of ways you can go about preserving high-acid foods (think salsas, pickles, fruits) as well as low-acid foods (meats and such). You can reuse mason jars with new lids to continually store homemade preserves.

What can you store in mason jars? ›

Mason jars can not only store and transport food, but they can also act as a cocktail shaker, a cocktail/water glass, table decor, or an airtight vessel for canning/pickling. You can even make butter or whipped cream in a Mason jar.

How do you store apples in a mason jar? ›

Use your canning funnel and ladle, to fill the warm jars with hot apples and top off with the syrup leaving 1/2-inch headspace. Run you bubble popper through the apples to release air bubbles, and wipe jar rim with a clean, damp kitchen towel. Place a lid on the jar, and screw the metal band down fingertip tight.

What is the best way to preserve food? ›

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How do you preserve your own food? ›

6 Simple Ways to Preserve Foods From Your Garden
  1. Fermenting. The process of fermentation to preserve and store foods has been practiced for thousands of years. ...
  2. Freezing. Freezing is one of the simplest, most convenient, and least time-consuming ways to preserve fresh produce. ...
  3. Canning. ...
  4. Infusing. ...
  5. Drying. ...
  6. Donating.
4 Sept 2017

What are examples of food preservation? ›

Drying, refrigerating and freezing are examples of physical preservation. Chemical preservation involves adding ingredients to food in order to prevent oxidation, rancidity, bacterial growth, etc.

What foods can be at home? ›

What Foods Can Safely Be Processed in a Water Bath Canner?
  • Fruit. Most fruits, jellies, and jams can be processed in a water bath canner. ...
  • Tomatoes. ...
  • Salsa. ...
  • Pickles and Relishes. ...
  • Chutneys, Pie Fillings, and Fruit Sauces. ...
  • Vegetables. ...
  • Meat, Poultry, and Seafood. ...
  • Stocks.
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What is preservation simple? ›

: the act, process, or result of preserving something: such as. a : the activity or process of keeping something valued alive, intact, or free from damage or decay preservation of state parks/monuments preservation of an old tradition The special emphasis of recent years on preservation continued in 1988.

What are the 12 methods of food preservation? ›

Food Materials Preservation: Top 12 Methods
  • Method # 1. Asepsis: ...
  • Method # 2. Pasteurization: ...
  • Method # 3. Sterilization: ...
  • Method # 4. Refrigeration: ...
  • Method # 5. Freezing: ...
  • Method # 6. Chemicals: ...
  • Method # 7. Dehydration: ...
  • Method # 8. Carbonation:

What are the 4 types of food processing? ›

Food ingredients derived from a minimally processed food by pressing, refining, grinding, or milling.

How do you preserve fruit and vegetables in a jar? ›

When vegetables are raw packed, they are cleaned but not heated. Then, they are simply added to the jar, and the jar is filled with boiling water. Fill the jar with freshly prepared, unheated vegetables, making certain to pack the jar tightly because the vegetables will shrink during the canning process.

How do you preserve vegetables in mason jars? ›

Wash and prepare the vegetable carefully. Preheat the vegetable if using hot pack method. Pack in standard canning jars; cover with liquid; remove air bubbles. Wipe jar mouth and threads; adjust lid according to manufacturer's instructions.

What is food preservation for Class 4? ›

Food preservation is a process by which edible items such as fruits and vegetables are prevented from getting spoilt. The nutritive value, flavour and colour of the foods preserved remain intact. This is done to increase the life of the food product and enable its storage and supply.

Why do we preserve food Class 4? ›

It is necessary to preserve food materials to ensure food is not wasted, contaminated or spoiled. Drying, canning, refrigeration, and fermentation are some of the methods used to preserve food.

Why do we preserve food Short answer? ›

The primary objective of food preservation is to prevent food spoilage until it can be consumed. Gardens often produce too much food at one time—more than can be eaten before spoilage sets in. Preserving food also offers the opportunity to have a wide variety of foods year-round. It's economic.

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