Their labour was devalued as a consequence of their racial classification and growers and canners
recruited them for that very reason--these workers became "cheap."
Terry was a canner
. He heard my story and encouraged me.
Directed by Liz Canner
. Reviewed at Magno Review, New York.
Vegetables from the garden are generally low-acid foods that must be processed in a pressure canner
(which works at a higher heat than a water bath canner
) to prevent the growth of botulism.
Do not try to remove canner
lid until the pressure is at zero.
From the viewpoint of the can maker, canner
and end manufacturer, searching for ways to reduce manufacturing costs and improving production quality have always been high-priority goals.
Canning requires pressure cooking with the proper canner
at 10 pounds pressure to kill the organism and make food safe." In addition to the danger of botulism, any food that is improperly handled is subject to growth of other food poisoning bacteria such as salmonella, E.
High acid foods, like jams, jellies, fruits, tomatoes and pickles, may be safely processed in a boiling water canner
. A large pot, with a close-fitting lid and rack to lift jars off the bottom, may be used if a boiling water canner
Employers, however, did not prefer children over older workers.(11) One Baltimore canner
in the 1880s expressed his view of productivity ranking by age and sex as follows:
According to the canner
, canned fruit is present in 87% of all U.S.
The programs cover food safety and food preservation: what to do with your frozen food after a power outage, whether or not you can safely use a steam canner
, how to turn fresh berries into jam, advice on safely canning chicken, making your own salsa, and more.