How To Can Green Beans Without A Pressure Cooker?


The best way to can green beans without a pressure cooker is to first wash the green beans and place them in a pan filled with water. Make sure the water covers all the green beans. Next place the pan on a stove top and let cook until boiling. Once the green beans are boiling remove the pan from the heat. You are going to want to use a canning car for this method of canning. Pour the water and green beand, while still hot, into the canning jar. Immediatly close the lid tightly. The heat will cause the lid to seal on it own. Set the jar aside so it can cool before storing somewhere until ready to use.
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1. Wash the green beans and cut the tips off the ends. Cut the beans into 1-inch-long pieces. 2. Cook the beans in 6 cups of water, 1 cup of white vinegar, and 2 tablespoons of salt
Many dried beans must be soaked overnight in cold water prior to cooking. After soaking, the beans can be cooked in boiling water. If the beans fall apart, you are cooking them too
Diane: I just went through all of my canning/preserving stuff and they all said the same thing. "Vegetables, except tomatoes, are low-acid and must be canned with a pressure
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How to Can Green Beans Without a Pressure Cooker
Although many people hesitate to use pressure cookers, they are essential for safely processing fresh green beans. With a pH level of 4.6, green beans are considered a low-acid food, and all low-acid foods must be processed at higher temperatures than... More »
Difficulty: Moderately Easy
To cook green beans without a pressure cooker you'll need to cut the tips off and cut them into u inch long pieces. Cook them in about 6 cups of water, 2 tablespoons of salt, and 1 cup of white vinegar for about 20 minutes. You can find more information at
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