Canning on a Glass Top StoveCanning on a glass top stove: Is it safe? Will I break my stovetop? The risk most people are aware of with a glass top stove is the possibility of breaking your stovetop. But did you know that you might also not process your food correctly if your equipment is not compatible with your stove?


How To Disable Sensi-Temp Burners On Newer Stoves 

What Is Sensi-Temp Technology

It turns out starting in 2018, UL regulation requires all new electric ranges with coil burners or elements to have temperature limiting capabilities to reduce the risk of fires. GE and Hotpoint’s name for this feature is called Sensi-Temp technology.

How new Sensi-Temp burners work is they use a sensor to detect the temperature of the cookware. If the pot or pan gets too hot, the coil shuts off until the temperature drops to a safe level. This feature seems like a good idea for forgetful people who also leave their iron on all day.

The problem with Sensi-Temp stoves is many people hate the feature. GE states that for the burners to work correctly the sensor need to be clean and your pots and pans need to be completely flat so the sensor can contact the bottom. For some people, it meant replacing all their cookware and their stove still did not work normally.

WATER BATH CANNING: FOR EXCESS PRODUCE 

 FOOD DEHYDRATION: FOR EXCESS PRODUCE OR PRODUCT NOT IN LONG TERM STORAGE CONDITION

 

CANNING RECIPES 

BEET(S)

Phat Pickled Beets

FIG(S)

Bourbon Fig Preserves                                Great for holiday entertaining

GARLIC

GREEN GARLIC

Pickled Green Garlic

PEPPER(S)

Jalapeno Jelly

ONION(S)

How to Make & Use Spring Onion Oil

Leena's Caramelized Onion Jam                         One of our favorites

Pickled Green Onions Recipe

Pickled Spring Onions

Pickled Spring Onions Sippity Sup

Pickled Spring Onions with Honey and Thyme

Sweet and Sour Onion Pickle

Pickled Cherry Tomatoes

TOMATOES

Roasted Tomato Passata   

Roasted Tomato Passata Pictures                      One of our favorites


FREEZING RECIPES

How to Make Homemade Pumpkin Butter!    One of our favorites

DEFINITIONS

What's the Deal with Reactive (and Nonreactive ) Cookware?

 

 

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