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Home Canning Supplies

Disclaimer: I received one or more items for free or at a reduced price in exchange for my honest review. All opinions are my own.

The option of many people today is to do home canning and for this process you need to get home canning supplies. 

Home canning supplies are essential to those that want to be able to preserve their harvest.

You will need jars, lids, and a canner.

All these items are available for purchase from a local hardware store or from an online home canning supply site.



Why Someone Might Want Home Canning Supplies

Some people will make their own preserves and pickles at home.

This is a great way to save money on food and to enjoy the process of making something special for the family.

Not to mention many home canned items – depending on the amount of salt or sugar you use – are actually better for you than the store bought counterparts.

Home Canning Supplies Kit I Love

I suggest the Bellemain 6 Piece Canning Tool Set.

You can buy these things individually if you prefer, but it makes more sense to purchase the kit.

For the people who are new to canning, it is always better to buy the home canning supplies as a kit.

In this kit all those things that are essential for home canning are included.

What’s In The Bellemain 6 Piece Canning Tool Set

Every year I can between 800 and 1500 jars of food so when I had the chance to get the Bellemain 6 Piece Canning Tool Set I was excited.

I already have several sets but you can always use one more set, especially during the busy canning season.

This 6 piece set comes with everything you need to get started except the canning jars and the canner itself –

    • A funnel that fits both regular and wide mouth canning jars
    • A bubble popper and measuring stick combination
    • Tongs
    • A jar lifter
    • A lid remover wrench
    • Magnetic lid lifter

My Thoughts On The Bellemain 6 Piece Canning Tool Set

When I opened the box I did not expect such a nice item.

The funnel is a very heavy plastic .

In fact it makes some of the funnels I have look cheap.

The bubble popper is also a thick plastic – and this is one tool you do not want to be without.

I canned a lot of years without one, but once I got one I learned just how essential it is.

All of my jars now contain enough liquid because I can use this tool to gently push the food in the jar around and that releases air bubbles that are hidden, then all I have to do is add more liquid.

I love the heavy coating/plastic on the jar lifter, tongs and lid remover wrench.

They feel very comfortable in my hands and I am able to get a good grip because of the coating.

The magnetic lid lifter is very nice as well.

I think this is a great canning set and I recommend it – for beginners and advanced canners such as myself.
Make it yours with reCap mason jar lids.

Other Home Canning Supplies You Need

When you buy home canning supplies they should be purchased according to the products that you are going to can.

The type of canning pot you need does differ.

There is a cold pack canner and a pressure canner.

Ask your friends or family about the home canning supplies they use and get their advice.

Heck you might even get some of their left over jars or canning pots that are still in good shape.

You can find home canning supplies in big box stores or even online.

You may make use of the jars over and over again as well as the bands, but make sure that the lids are brand new each time.

Do not attempt to reuse lids.

The lids they are available separately.

Before you start the canning process, check to make sure you have enough jars, lids and bands as well as other supplies such as lemon juice or canning salt.

Make a list of the home canning supplies you need or you will have to run to the store in the middle of the process to get the missing items and believe me this is stressful!


Canning Food At Home


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