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Canned soups using frozen broths

Posted by bejay9_10 zone 9/10 (My Page) on
Mon, Oct 11, 10 at 14:30

I froze a lot of chicken and beef broths over the past 6 months and would like to use them in pressure canning soups and stews.

Most of the recipes in BBB call for water and I'm wondering if the slight fat in the broths will create a problem if used in soup recipes.

I find that frozen soups are not very tasty, and am hoping I can get my family to eat more vegetables if they are made into canned soups.


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RE: Canned soups using frozen broths

Personally I wouldn't think there would be a problem if the NCHFP guidelines were followed regarding proportions of liquid to solids and processing time.

However, if you have a specific BBB recipe in mind, it might be best to cite it, as there may be factors my response hasn't anticipated.

There's always a risk in generalizing.


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