How To Can Fish: Salmon, Blue, Mackerel, Trout

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Do you like to fish or use fresh fish to prepare a meal? Freezing is the easiest way to preserve fish for use in the future, but this is not the only option available. You may be surprised to know that canning is also a method to preserve fish. All you need to do is learn how to can fish at home.

The key for how to can fish correctly is using the proper equipment. A pressure cooker is needed to do this task as the water bath canning method will not have the same results. This means following all the instructions for the unit you are using.

Cleaning the fish and other preparation methods are important for canning fish. The process for how to can fish will take up to three hours, including prep time. Just make sure you have the tools for this task cleaned and ready to go before starting.

The instructions for how to can fish at home are on here…

How To Can Fish: Salmon, Blue, Mackerel, Trout

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