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Storing new potatoes in jars?

 
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My digestive system can't handle potatoes unless they are new (New potatoes have less starch and starch can be a problem for me). I have been eating new potatoes that are sold in jars but we will emigrating soon and I am a little worried that I won't be able to buy new potatoes in jars anymore so can anybody tell me how to store new potatoes in jars, please?
 
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Warren David wrote:can anybody tell me how to store new potatoes in jars, please?



Bottling in a pressure cooker... Because they are a non-acid food, the processing time is phenomenal.
 
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