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Homestead Blog Hop #87

How to Pressure Can Pinto Beans for Long Term Food Storage

Clean and rinse beans to make sure there aren’t any rocks etc.
I then soaked 3/4 of a cup of beans in each jar full of water overnight.
Next morning drain water and refill with fresh water

These need to go for 70 minutes at 10 pounds.
SUPER easy. For me, even better than Mylar bags for long term storage.

One pint of home canned is about 2 store bought cans. Those beans are packed in there where a store bought has more water.

Rough break down of cost

Canning jars: $7.50 per doz (.62 per jar)
Beans roughly .25 per jar full.
So around .87 a pint
Not including electricity for the stove
And more bang for your bean in terms of servings.

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