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Home Cannery : Canning dry goods for the long haul

Home Cannery : Canning dry goods for the long haul

Engineer775 Practical Preppers decided his family would can some dry goods in #10 cans. He bought the cans, a canning device and some oxygen obsorber and they went to town canning a variety of dry goods.

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Shorty Dawkins


2 comments

  1. Pretty Nifty !!
    Some information on cost effectiveness would be helpful. Also, how / where to procure all the hardware needed.

    1. Ic65,

      Can sealers are not cheap. Can sealers capable of handling #10 cans cost from $1200 to $1500. The #10 cans cost a little over $2 apiece, plus you need lids and oxygen absorber. If you buy the can sealer with several families, or a CPT group, it makes sense.
      One source for can sealers and supplies:
      http://www.houseofcans.com/manual-can-sealer-equipped-seal-cans-p-1801.html?cPath=124_36_89&houseofcans=ipn2rq0fq9dptmn8u82ms9l0i3

      A second source:
      http://www.freundcontainer.com/hand-operated-open-top-can-sealers/p/1250T17/

      Shorty Dawkins

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