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Old 02-23-2011, 02:16 PM
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with all of the additives and preservitives in hot dogs they already can hang around for a long, long long time. but can we remove them from a package and jar them for canning? i'll really miss hot dogs post SHTF. this of course only crossed my mind after i realized i might have to live without bacon, and that cant happen so i found a recipe for canning bacon.

we just started canning this week, and so far we've done 25 jars of jam, and a test batch of 3 jars of salsa.
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I don't see why you couldn't can them just like other meat. They would probably be even safer than regular meat because I think they have nitrite in them. They might swell a little during the high heat of processing, so maybe pack them a little loose and give them more head room. I've thought about grilling some first and then canning them, that way they would have that campfire taste anytime you wanted. If I'm not mistaken, someone here has canned hot dogs, but I can't remember who it was.
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Two words:Vienna Sausages
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omg! i just discovered the next project


http://www.seriouseats.com/recipes/2...am-recipe.html

thats right BACON-BOURBON-JAM. i hope the alcohol is cooked out so i can have this. other wise its just torture to an alcoholic like me.

1 1/2 pounds regular, supermarket variety bacon, cut crosswise into 1-inch pieces
2 medium onions, diced (about 2 cups)
3 medium cloves garlic, peel and coarsely chopped (About 2 teaspoons)
1/2 cup cider vinegar
1/2 cup packed dark brown sugar
1/4 cup maple syrup
6 tablespoons brewed coffee
6 tablespoons bourbon

i may not continue to live until i experience this
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If you are a bacon lover try this one:
http://www.bbqaddicts.com/blog/recipes/bacon-explosion/
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is that a woven blanket of bacon? i could curl up in that and go to sleep.
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for the jam - boil for 2 mins - no alcohol left I shouldn't think.

Looks scrumptious.

the bacon log is incredible. My mouths' watering.
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is that a woven blanket of bacon? i could curl up in that and go to sleep.
LOL!! Too funny
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Any word on the hotdogs?
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They would probably be even safer than regular meat because I think they have nitrite in them.
Nitrates do not make meat safer.
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Nitrates do not make meat safer.
Sodium Nitrite, pink salt.

Bad for you - but stops meat going off. So you're both right.
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Nitrates do not make meat safer.
You'll notice I wrote nitrite, and not nitrate as you did. Meat cured with nitrite is safer because it eliminates the most toxic food borne bacteria known to man. Sodium nitrite is the most powerful (edible) anti-botulinum chemical on earth, and there has never been a case of botulism caused by properly cured meat using nitrite.
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It was a typo. I meant Nitrite. It is a toxic color fixer that should be banned.
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It was a typo. I meant Nitrite. It is a toxic color fixer that should be banned.
I can almost agree with you there
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Yes that is a woven layer of bacon with sausage and more bacon. And they sell them right here in Overland Park Ks.
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Sure you can hotdog's:

https://www.bavariasausage.com/store...category_id=32
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If you are a bacon lover try this one:
http://www.bbqaddicts.com/blog/recipes/bacon-explosion/
That's $1000.00 worth of Yoder's. Actually $5000.00 since Yoder's is razor thin.
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would you can the hot dogs just in water in a pressure cooker?
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would you can the hot dogs just in water in a pressure cooker?
I'd say pressure cooker to be safe
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Do a search for Plumrose , an English brand. Hotdogs in cans already.
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