[Northkeep] canning meats
sdrake at matrixservice.com
Tue Mar 9 13:51:26 PST 2004
No but dried meat can be rehydrated in a stew or something. And as hot as it can get, I'd be reluctant to trust a pastry, etc......but I know what Marc's talking about, something like a confit of duck, etc.
There is also a period blend called "the Lord's Salt" I believe, that can be used. It sounds nasty to me but.......... I believe you can find a recipe for it in Duke Cariadoc's Miscellany at http://www.daviddfriedman.com/Medieval/miscellany_pdf/Miscellany.htm
See page 141 under recipes.....
He also has an article on camping without a cooler.
From: LRA [mailto:lra at olpdsl.net]
Sent: Tuesday, March 09, 2004 3:40 PM
To: The Barony of Northkeep
Subject: Re: [Northkeep] canning meats
Jerky is a great way to preserve meat... but eating jerky all weekend may
not be what you want to do.
Lynn the Inquisitive
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Sent: Tuesday, March 09, 2004 3:12 PM
Subject: [Northkeep] canning meats
> Does anyone know of a way, besides pickling or canning with a pressure
> canner, to preserve meats (like to take to events) so that they require no
> refrigeration? Everything I've been able to find on the 'net mentions a
> pressure canner. I have a pressure cooker, but not canner and, while the
> pictures look similar, I'm not sure they're exactly the same thing.
> Of the sometimes strange questions
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