Emergency Power Generation/Storage, EMP Protection, Heating/Cooling, Handy Tools and Tricks

Jones

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Ah. I get it - the little engine is one of those that used to be used to power pushbike lights, yes?
 

iamthatis

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Another thing to keep in mind...

If you do pressure cooking, then you can eat the product cold, so there's no need for cooking after storage. You can just eat from the jar. (Though, there are a few batches I have which are a couple of years old now, and I'd want to cook again after opening just to be on the safe side.)

I read over on the ol' canning thread that you'd ideally want to boil your pressure canned meat for 10 minutes to kill any suspected botulism. Of course, this safety tip only applies if your future reality includes the option to cook your food!
 
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