John Suavecito wrote:Yes, we looked into both rabbits and chickens at our place. Poultry are specifically forbidden, and raising rabbits for us would be exchanging something we need more of (time) for something we don't use much (meat). But either one could be great for a different family. Good idea. Chickens are probably the most common urban livestock.
Blake Lenoir wrote: In case if electric power shut down? How we better store up food to keep fresh and free from being spoiled? There were folk back in the old days who put meat and stuff under a dark and cool basement back then. Is the method still in practice today?
Anna Bo wrote:What to do if you live in an apartment with no land access to grow? No available land for community garden and no basement for storage? Wish I could move, but it’s currently not an option.
Alexa Ayers wrote:Kate said: You will need a pressure canner (not a pressure cooker or instapot)
Why not a pressure cooker? Is it just to volume capacity, or is there an actual difference? Having never pressure canned, I was excited to receive a smallish pressure cooker I figured I could experiment with. I'd rather make my learning mistakes with 3 quarts than 10!
One possible reason - the pressure bobble doesn't list a weight, and I'm at 5600 feet which I think qualifies as high altitude?