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Amazon Shop: ½ Pint Jars, Brown Rice Flour, pH Test Strips, Pressure Cooker

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Offlineblz
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high elevation cookin'
    #1502206 - 04/28/03 10:36 PM (15 years, 28 days ago)

My friends pet rabbit had a dream about the PF tek last night. The cute furry creature wondered if pressure cookers are really necessary if a bunny is anal retentive about cleanliness in general? AND If the lil bunny decides to boil the jars would the temperature be high enough to kill all the unwanted contams? The rabbit lives on a hill that is about 3000 feet above sea level...so would boiling alone be adequate?



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Re: high elevation cookin' [Re: blz]
    #1502345 - 04/28/03 11:11 PM (15 years, 28 days ago)

try but i think you need.
>My friends pet rabbit
tell him to dream bigger


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Re: high elevation cookin' [Re: blz]
    #1502512 - 04/28/03 11:43 PM (15 years, 28 days ago)

the rabbit says: "huh?, what do you mean by 'try'?...try boiling? or use a pc?"
the bunny isn't a smartass...he just needs a little clarification.. oh yeah the rabbit thanks you in advance!!


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Re: high elevation cookin' [Re: blz]
    #1502633 - 04/29/03 12:12 AM (15 years, 28 days ago)


>3000 feet above sea level

>'try'?...

which benificial bactarias are alive
>use a pc

use a pc


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Re: high elevation cookin' [Re: fugu]
    #1502653 - 04/29/03 12:15 AM (15 years, 28 days ago)

boiling will not work then?????


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Re: high elevation cookin' [Re: blz]
    #1502677 - 04/29/03 12:22 AM (15 years, 28 days ago)

Since you're boiling, you can't increase the pressure, but you can increase the times...generally, in water bath canning (for canning foods), processing times are increased by one extra minute per one thousand feet. Therefore, at three thousand feet, you should add 3 extra minutes to your processing time. These are adjustments for processing times under 20 minutes....for times over 20 minutes (at 3,000 feet), you should add 6 minutes to your processing times. This is info from the Ball Blue Book of canning....hope it helps...Peace!


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Re: high elevation cookin' [Re: Theo Nanacatl]
    #1502698 - 04/29/03 12:27 AM (15 years, 28 days ago)

>which benificial bacterias are alive at 3000 feet
during pasteurization


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Re: high elevation cookin' [Re: blz]
    #1502710 - 04/29/03 12:30 AM (15 years, 28 days ago)

Exactly the info the bunny needs! He sure appreciates the help.


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Re: high elevation cookin' [Re: blz]
    #1502717 - 04/29/03 12:32 AM (15 years, 28 days ago)

My pleasure...


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Re: high elevation cookin' [Re: Theo Nanacatl]
    #1502958 - 04/29/03 02:09 AM (15 years, 28 days ago)

The boiling times in canning books are for strongly acid foods. The books warn that for non-acid foods you need a PC and grains are non-acid. Home canners add an acid blend called Fruit Fresh to their foods if they are unsure about the pH. I have had luck sterilizing liquid media without a PC by adding acid to the liquid at the rate of 1/4 tsp. per liter. You would probably need at least twice that amount of acid added th the water for sterilizing grains. Fruit Fresh, citric acid, and tartric acid 'cream of tartar' are three acids that help sterilization. Tartric acid is the safest to use but all acids slow the growth of the mycelium.


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Re: high elevation cookin' [Re: woodrow]
    #1504887 - 04/29/03 05:06 PM (15 years, 28 days ago)

the guy on my friends couch always boiled his jars before he got the hook-up on a PC. as long as its BRF cakes then you dont NEED a PC(though its better).
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