With home canned meat, you’re able to open a jar and make quick meals without relying on the grocery store or freezer. Think of how much time and frustration you’ll save on meal prep too! No waiting on defrosting frozen meat, anyone?
This complete eCourse will walk you step-by-step through the canning meat process with videos from my own kitchen!
This course includes experience and strategies distilled in a simple, easy-to-follow path that you can follow to conquer your fears and get your pantry stocked with the best home canned meat on the planet!
How about Elk, Venison, chicken, beef, fish, broth, meals in jars?
Save freezer space (and worries about freezers failing). Enjoy preparing dinner in just 15-20 minutes. Tenderize tough cuts of game. It's all possible when you learn how to can meat!
Don't wait like I did.
Really, it isn’t as hard as it might seem, so don’t be intimidated like I was. I wish I’d started years before I did! :)
We’re a family of hunters, but it seemed as if canning meat must be much harder than canning other produce. Why did I feel this way? I don't really know. It was just the preconceived notion that I had. Boy, was I wrong.
We usually have a good supply of both venison (mule deer) and elk. Elk is our favorite by far, so I decided to start with canning venison. That way, if it did not turn out well, I did not use our favorites.
That first year I started with 14 quarts (that's 2 canner loads) of cubed venison.
My boys, including my husband, declared that they like the canned venison over frozen. I agree! It is much more tender, and it is MUCH more convenient. I was hooked!
I want the same for you this year.
Is canning meat safe?
That’s one of the most common questions I get, but let me assure you that as long as you use the tested recipes and canning instructions, like what’s provided in this eCourse, it’s just as safe as freezing meat!
The investment of canning is so worth it in the end. Once you get started, you’ll wonder why you waited so long to try it!
- A Note from Sharon
- Canning Meat an Introduction
- Importance of Correct Processing and Altitude Adjustments
- How to use a Pressure Canner
Venison, Elk, Beef
- Canning Stew - Beef or Venison
- Canning Cubed Meat. Raw pack style
- Canning Ground Meat
- Canning Spaghetti Sauce with Meat
- Canning Chili
- Canning Chicken Boneless Skinless
- Canning Chicken Bone In (Drumsticks)
Beans and Soup
- Beans and Molasses
- Canning Chicken Soup
- Canning Dried Beans
- Split Pea Soup
- Vegetable Beef Soup
- White Bean Soup
- Making Broth in Your Crockpot
- Making broth in a pressure cooker
- Making broth in a stock pot
- Making Broth in a Roaster
- Canning Broth
- Beef Broth
- Canning Salmon
Canning meat is the ultimate in food storage!
Not only is it easier than you might think, but it also provides quick lunch and dinner options. Simply open a jar of canned beef, poultry, or venison to make your meal, or better yet, make a meal in the jar so it’s ready to eat immediately!
Konni A. says:
"My grandma knew how to do this. She canned Great Lakes Salmon. I want to learn!!"
Rick D. says:
"Finally got up the nerve to can meat last night. Turned out great and it wasn't as intimidating as I expected. Can't wait to get at more."
Andrea S. says:
"I have been canning ground and stewing meat for years, and the versatility never ceases to amaze me. I can beef, chicken, deer, moose and elk."
How to cook with home canned foods. What do you do with all those jars of meat?
Learn how to cook with home canned foods, and enjoy delicious (family tested) recipes and tips with this bonus!
Meat and Meals
Are you a hunting family who brings in a lot of wild game at once? Do you raise your own chicken or livestock and need a place to put it all? Will you be shopping meat sales in the grocery store this year?
Canning meat is for YOU!