I have mentioned that I use a lot of chicken stock. After being diagnosed with Celiac Disease I learned that not all stocks, soups, or broths are gluten free. I find that the cans or boxes that are marked gluten free tend to be more expensive and harder to find. So I started to make my own stock. Click this link for recipe http://www.connectglutenfree.com/blog/1424/homemade-chicken-stock-video/.
Handsome Hubby surprised me with a wonderful gift of a pressure canner. Now I know that most women want jewelry or spa treatments, and don’t get me wrong, I adore those things too BUT I have always wanted to learn how to skip the middle man and can my own stock. Together we went out and bought some books and studied the pressure canner manual and started to can our own broth. Not only do we get to have wonderful tasting stock in our pantry but we have found this to be a very fun activity that we enjoy together. Ok! I admit it… we are both kind of geeky!! But whether you are geeky or not, I will say, making your own stock is incredible. Canning it and having at your ready is even better!!
We recently started a Youtube channel. We have decide not only to share the recipe for the stock but even cooler we have recorded the pressure canning process.
Now I may not be ready for Hollywood and Steven Speilburg is not going to be busting down my door down anytime soon, but I hope you enjoy the videos on our youtube channel as much as Handsome Hubby and I had making them…. get your popcorn out and enjoy the movie… umm I mean videos!!
This recipe is good for people with Celiac Disease, Gluten Sensitivity, Gluten intolerance or on a gluten free diet because none of the ingredients contain gluten.
I was NOT provided with product or financial support for this product review. The opinions stated here are simply my own.
Ball Blue Book Guide to Preserving
This past Monday I posted a recipe and video for home made gluten free chicken stock. Tomorrow we are going to share the pressure canning process. Today I am thrilled to announce Handsome Hubby’s debut on Connect gluten free. Darryl was kind enough to do a video for me explaining the details of the needed tools for the pressure canning process. He is so much more technical than I am and I know that his attention to detail and eye for safety will lend perfectly to sharing about the tools and safety issues of the canning process.
Without further adu I encourage your to meet Handsome Husband, Darryl, and watch our latest video!!
In this first video, my husband provides an overview of the pressure canning process including information about the pressure canner, jars, rings, seals, and some handy tools to have nearby when pressure canning. We’ve created a YouTube channel to provide one more way to share gluten free information to the celiac and gluten sensitive community.
Ball Blue Book Guide to Preserving
I use a lot of chicken stock. I mean a LOT!! When you take into consideration that gluten free stock is more expensive and harder to find, it can be very expensive to keep your pantry stocked.
I have found that nothing taste better than homemade chicken stock. The golden color and the rich flavor can not be purchased from your grocery store shelves. We do nothing that makes this a gluten free recipe except that we do not add whatever it is that manufacturers add to make their broth contain gluten. I believe they add gluten as a stabilizer or maybe a preservative. Either way I don’t want it so why not just make your own!!
Click here for Recipe….
We added a YouTube channel to provide video content to our visitors. The video in this post is a message from MJ, one of the founders of connectglutenfree.com. We hope this new feature expands reach to share how-to videos, tasty, gluten free recipes, along with product and dining reviews.
Click to visit our YouTube Connect Gluten Free channel.