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Basic Food Preserving Equipment - Checklist

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Most of the following items needed for freezing and canning will already be found in your kitchen.

Basic Equipment Checklist:
Most of the needed equipment will already be on hand

__ *scrub brush
__ fine sieves, colanders, strainers
__ paring and chopping knives
__
*food-processing equipment - grinder, slicer,
blender, food processor
__ measuring cups and spoons
__
*wide mouth funnel
__ timer
__ hot pads, mitts, heavy potholders
__ heavy bath towels
__ large bowls
__ *large roaster or kettle
__ tea kettle soup ladle
__ non-metallic spatula or wooden spoons

Freezing Equipment
__ freezer
__ *cookie sheets and,or jelly roll pans for tray-freezing
__ freezer containers and bags

Dehydrating Equipment
__ *dehydrator or oven w/low temperature capability

Canning Checklist
__ *Water Bath canner or Pressure Canner
__ *jar lifter, funnel, or tongs
__ canning jars, lids, rings

* Equipment available through The Urban Homemaker
Most non-starred items can be obtained through us on a special order basis.

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Email me with any question at marilyn@urbanhomemaker.com
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