Download your FREE Pressure Canning Cheat Sheets

Hi there!

I’m Anna, and I’m a city girl turned  modern homesteader who’s passionate about growing, cooking and preserving real food at home, and working toward a simpler, more sustainable, more self-sufficient life each and every day. And I’m equally passionate about helping others do the same!

I started canning around 10 years ago. It all started with a batch of applesauce made with the apples off the tree at our old house. Eventually, when we started growing our own vegetables at home and purchasing meat in bulk from local farmers, I tried my hand at pressure canning. I admit, I was nervous about pressure canning at first. I distinctly remember throwing out my entire first batch of home-canned green beans because I was worried they weren’t safe to eat, and I definitely hid around the corner the first time I operated a pressure canner…just in case! Thankfully, over the years I’ve gained lots of confidence and experience, and I now can many dozens of jars of food every year.

Despite some common fears, pressure canning is actually very safe and allows you to can all sorts of meal-ready foods so that you always have meats, vegetables, soups, stocks, sauces and even whole meals canned and ready on your pantry shelves.

The pressure canning safety checklist and altitude adjustment chart included with your download will help put your mind at ease so you can feel confident that your home-canned food is safe to eat, and start building your family’s food security, one jar at a time!

– Anna

Anastasia Sakawsky

P.S. If you’re ready to really dive in and get started canning ALL of your own food at home, I’m curently offering 50% off my home canning course exclusively for HobbyScool attendees, but only for a limited time!

Check out my Yes, You CAN! home canning course here and enter code HOBBYSCOOL24 at checkout to get your discount and start stocking your pantry with jars of home-canned food!

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