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7 years old Pressure Canned Stew

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7 years old Pressure Canned Stew

Postby Murby » Thu Mar 30, 2017 11:57 am

Just opened up a jar of some stew we pressure canned.. it was marked 2011 50/50% beef/venison stew.

Potatoes, carrots, green beans, onions, corn, and green peas were all from our garden that year.

Tastes great! No off tastes except for the venison which is always a bit gamey .. It didn't even need salt.
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Re: 7 years old Pressure Canned Stew

Postby terrapin » Thu Mar 30, 2017 12:52 pm

Properly canned food will be good almost indefinitely.
Many years.

If your venison tastes gamey, most likely, it wasn't properly processed.

I have killed and processed many deer----dozens and dozens.
I have never found any of my venison to be gamey.
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Re: 7 years old Pressure Canned Stew

Postby Gunns » Thu Mar 30, 2017 1:51 pm

Ya I have mentioned before, my Aunt fed all 8 of my mom and dads kids on 20 year old canned chicken. It was great.
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