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Old 10-17-2014, 04:30 AM   #2
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Default Re: Another pressure canning question

I find pressure canned meats to have a slimy texture. I have pressure canned sausage in beans and sausage and that works provided that the sausage is lean and I slice it really fine. I've also pressure canned chicken. I've done a raw pack with that. The pressure cooker essentially cooks the meat while it seals the jars. I found raw pack left the meat less slimy and more flavorful.

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