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Canned venison

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The flavor and texture of canned venison is unlike anything I can describe. Here are step-by-step instruction on how to can venison:

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There are several good reasons to can venison. Canned venison is shelf stable for up to two years and doesn’t require refrigeration for long term storage. Keeping jars in the pantry frees up space in the freezer. Canning tenderizes tough cuts, making it a great way to use up shoulder, shank and neck meat. Jars of fully cooked venison come in handy for quick meals when time is at a premium. But mainly, canned venison just flat out tastes good. To can your own venison, you will need a pressure…

1 ingredient

Tools & Equipment
  • 1 Pressure cooker clean canning jars
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14 · Stocking the pantry with canned venison (or beef) makes for quick and easy meals. Learn about canning venison with the raw pack and hot pack method both are tender and tasty.

5 ingredients

Meat
  • 1 Venison
Produce
  • 1 Garlic
  • 1 Onions
Baking & Spices
  • 1 Salt
Oils & Vinegars
  • 1 Oil
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When my freezer hit max capacity a few seasons ago, I looked to canning meat as an alternative. Besides just saving room in my freezer, it’s opened up a bunch of new options for wild game meals.

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14 · Stocking the pantry with canned venison (or beef) makes for quick and easy meals. Learn about canning venison with the raw pack and hot pack method both are tender and tasty.

5 ingredients

Meat
  • 1 Venison
Produce
  • 1 Garlic
  • 1 Onions
Baking & Spices
  • 1 Salt
Oils & Vinegars
  • 1 Oil
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Canned venison is handy to have in your pantry, whether it's plain canned venison or in stews and pasta sauces. Here's how to go about it.

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Fill your shelves with a pressure canned venison stew full of potatoes, onions, carrots, and celery. Delicious and simple, you'll be using this recipe for years

7 ingredients

Meat
  • 7 cups Venison stew meat
Produce
  • 4 cups Carrot
  • 4 cups Celery
  • 4 cups Onion
  • 4 cups Potato
Canned Goods
  • 10 cups Beef broth
Baking & Spices
  • 1/4 cup Seasoning
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You've had a successful hunt. You have carefully field dressed and cared for your meat. The choicest cuts are wrapped and frozen. Jerky has been seasoned and dried. So what else is missing? Home canning.

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There are several good reasons to can venison. Canned venison is shelf stable for up to two years and doesn’t require refrigeration for long term storage. Keeping jars in the pantry frees up space in the freezer. Canning tenderizes tough cuts, making it a great way to use up shoulder, shank and neck meat. Jars of fully cooked venison come in handy for quick meals when time is at a premium. But mainly, canned venison just flat out tastes good. To can your own venison, you will need a pressure…

1 ingredient

Tools & Equipment
  • 1 Pressure cooker clean canning jars
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If you're wondering about canning venison stew, this is a great post. Learn how to do it safely and put food back for later.

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