Canning Okra for Frying

Ingredients

4 quarts water
4 quarts Okra (cut)
1/2 cups vinegar
4 tablespoons Canning Salt

Instructions

Place all ingredients in a pot on stove and bring to a boil and then turn heat off, you do not want to cook the okra. Heat lids and jars for canning per normal canning guidelines. Fill jars to within ½” of head space. Wipe jars and seal. Process for 40 minutes.

When you are ready to fry, dump the jar of okra into a strainer, do not rinse. Take the okra and toss in cornmeal and fry as normal.

Yield: 

4 quarts

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Process?

Is that hot water bath? I've seen recipes that don't process at all but say to use hot jars, flats and rings with hot okra in jars. Tighten lids on and that's all. Sounds like they could have a problem with tainted okra.

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DOES THIS PROCESS NEED TO BE HOT WATER BATH OR PRESSURED. IF PRESSURED WHAT LBS.

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Hi, Pat. Yes, that would be a hot water bath.

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Hi, Jan. Yes, that would be a hot water bath.

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a couple of questions come to mind: is this a good way to use pods that are past their prime (aka - too tough)? also, is there an advantage/disadvantage to pressure can vs. water bath on this?--maybe the pressurizing would softening the tough pods?

The instructions say process

The instructions say process for 40 mins. It does not say if its waterbath or pressure processing. If it is pressure it does not say 10 pounds which I am assuming that is what it would be.

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Can this be done in pressure canner?

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Hi, Mary. USDA guidelines recommend pressure canning okra for 25 minutes.

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Does this recipe have to be pressured

Why is this no longer safe?

Why is this no longer safe?

When canning, jars need to be

When canning, jars need to be processed. This heat treatment will destroy organisms that might cause spoilage and inactivate the enzymes that could affect flavor, color and texture during storage. Process products for the length of time specified in each recipe.

Please follow the national

Please follow the national center for home food preservation for proper and safe canning methods. Inversion canning is no longer considered safe canning practice.